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The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

Statistical Yearbook 

Supplement to the 

Sixty-Fifth 

Annual Report 

for the year 

1972 



620 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FOREWORD 1 



I OPERATIONS 5 

Operation of the System 6 

Stream Flows and Storage Conditions 9 

System Maintenance 9 

Supply 10 



II FINANCE 10 



III MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 24 

Marketing 26 



IV PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 27 

Progress on Power Developments 27 

System Planning 29 

Remote Control 30 

Transformer Stations 30 

Data Acquisition and Computer Systems 31 

Transmission and Distribution 31 

New Buildings 32 



V RESEARCH 33 



VI STAFF 34 

Staff Statistics 36 

Training and Development 36 

Health and Safety 36 

Accident Prevention 37 

Employee Relations 37 



APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 41 

The Commission's Power Resources 42 

Power Resources and Requirements 44 

Energy Made Available by the Commission 44 

Disposal of Energy by the Commission 45 

Analysis of Energy Sales 46 

Mileage of Transmission Lines and Circuits 48 

ii 



Contents iii 

APPENDIX II— FINANCE 49 

Schedules Supporting the Balance Sheet 50 

Allocation of the Cost of Power to Municipalities 54 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities through Debt Retirement 74 



APPENDIX III— RETAIL 82 

Miles of Line and Number of Retail Customers 85 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 86 



SUPPLEMENT— MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 89 

Financial Statements of the Municipal Electrical Utilities 96 

Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 148 



INDEX 168 



STATISTICAL YEARBOOK 

Supplement to the Sixty-Fifth Annual Report 

of 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 

FOREWORD 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario is a corporate entity, a self- 
sustaining public enterprise endowed with broad powers with respect to electricity 
supply throughout the Province of Ontario. Its authority is derived from an Act of 
the Provincial Legislature passed in 1906 to give effect to recommendations of 
earlier advisory commissions that the water powers of Ontario should be conserved 
and developed for the benefit of the people of the Province. It now operates under 
The Power Commission Act (7-Edward VII, c. 19) passed in 1907 as an amplifi- 
cation of the Act of 1906 and subsequently modified from time to time (Revised 
Statutes of Ontario, 1970, c. 354). The Commission may have from three to six 
members, all of whom are appointed by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council. Two 
Commissioners may be members of the Executive Council of the Province of 
Ontario. 

In the operation of what is now a province-wide power system, the Commission 
is primarily concerned with the provision of electric power by generation or pur- 
chase, and its delivery in bulk either for resale for the most part by the 353 muni- 
cipal electrical utilities now co-operatively associated with the enterprise, or for use 



2 Foreword 

by 91 direct, and generally industrial customers, including several mining com- 
panies. Most of the direct customers cannot be conveniently served by municipal 
utilities. This primary aspect of operations accounts for approximately 90 per cent of 
the Commission's energy sales. The remaining sales are made to retail customers 
either in rural areas or in certain communities not served by municipal electrical 
utilities. The Commission's retail customers, together with the direct customers, are 
served through what is known as the Power District. Except for this Power District 
operation, retail service throughout the Province is generally provided by the asso- 
ciated municipal electrical utilities, which are largely owned and operated by local 
commissions functioning under the general supervision of The Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario as provided for in The Power Commission Act and 
The Public Utilities Act. Under this legislation, the Commission, in addition to 
supplying power, is required to exercise certain regulatory functions with respect to 
the municipal utilities served. For day-to-day business operations throughout the 
Province, the system is divided into seven Regions — Western, Niagara, Central, 
Eastern, Georgian Bay, Northeastern, and Northwestern — each of which is ad- 
ministered from an office conveniently located in a major municipality in that 
Region. 



Financial features 

The basic principle governing the financial operations of the Commission and 
its associated municipal electrical utilities is that service is provided at cost. In the 
Commission's operations, cost of service includes payment for power purchased, 
charges for operation, maintenance, and administration, and related fixed charges 

STATISTICAL 

1963 



Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kw 7,756 

Primary power requirements, December thousand kw 6,797 

Annual energy generated and purchased million kwh 41,471 

Primary million kwh 37,644 

Secondary million kwh 3,827 

Annual energy sold by the Commission million kwh 38,466 

Primary revenue of the Commission (net after refunds) million $ 270 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 2,665 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 108 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 2,753 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 1,959 

Transmission line circuit miles 18,642 

Primary rural distribution line circuit miles 48,993 

Average number of employees in year 14,387 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 355 

Ultimate customers served by the Commission and municipal utilities thousands 2,042 



Annual Summary 3 

for interest and depreciation, There is also a statutory requirement that a sinking 
fund provision be made for the retirement of the Commission's debt over a 40-year 
period. The municipal utilities operating under cost contracts with the Commission 
are billed throughout the year at interim rates based on estimates of the cost of 
service. At the end of the year, when the actual cost of service is established, the 
necessary balancing adjustments are made in their accounts. Retail rates for the 
municipal utilities are maintained at levels calculated to produce revenue adequate 
to meet cost. 

The enterprise from its inception has been self-sustaining. The Province, how- 
ever, guarantees the payment of principal and interest on all bonds issued by the 
Commission and held by the public. In addition, the Province has materially 
assisted the development of agriculture by contributing under The Rural Hydro- 
Electric Distribution Act toward the capital cost of extending rural distribution 
facilities. This contribution was discontinued in 1972. 



Annual summary 

Ontario Hydro's record of service in 1972, despite some trials, was one of 
notable accomplishment, marked in particular by the continued outstanding per- 
formance of the nuclear-electric Pickering GS. 

Deliveries of primary energy increased by 7.9 per cent over those in 1971 to 
73,497 million kilowatt-hours. Consumption by the large industrial customers, 
however, was essentially the same as in 1971. 



SUMMARY 1963-1972 



1964 


1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


7,776 


8,199 


8,464 


8,995 


10,338 


11,242 


12,670 


13,941 


14,422 


7,210 


7,818 


8,565 


8,964 


9,994 


10,555 


11,289 


11,534 


12,739 


44,399 


47,528 


51,753 


54,615 


58,693 


62,449 


68,074 


72,221 


79,994 


40,632 


43,584 


48,056 


51,357 


55,789 


59,426 


64,289 


68,134 


73,497 


3,767 


3,944 


3,697 


3,258 


2,904 


3,023 


3,785 


4,087 


6,497 


41,115 


44,213 


47,944 


50,725 


54,816 


58,413 


63,815 


67,817 


75,036 


289 


311 


336 


367 


415 


469 


534* 


607 


665 


2,762 


2,894 


3,125 


3,361 


3,669 


4,098 


4,588 


5,062 


5,604 


110 


150 


211 


252 


329 


447 


511 


507 


562 


2,824 


2,987 


3,190 


3,443 


3,749 


4,129 


4,613 


5,064 


5,525 


1,999 


2,106 


2,237 


2,400 


2,618 


2,906 


3,276 


3,635 


4,013 


18,826 


19,050 


19,342 


19,492 


19,908 


20,037 


21,208 


21,915 


22,325 


49,173 


49,435 


49,863 


50,316 


50,534 


51,320 


51,777 


52,747 


53,322 


14,531 


14,996 


15,361 


16,651 


19,550 


21,686 


22,584 


23,264 


22,582 


357 


360 


358 


355 


354 


354 


353 


353 


353 


2,096 


2,142 


2,188 


2,246 


2,292 


2,344 


2,389 


2,434 


2,480 



4 Foreword 

A sharp rise of 59 per cent in sales of secondary energy to 6,500 million 
kilowatt-hours was due mainly to increased exports to the United States. These 
sales of surplus energy provided a notable improvement in revenues. Revenue from 
all sources rose 11.5 per cent to $702.2 million, while assets increased 9 per cent 
to $5,525 million. 

During the year the third 540,000-kilowatt nuclear-electric unit was commis- 
sioned at Pickering GS, bringing the total system dependable peak capacity to 14.4 
million kilowatts. Although not fully commissioned, the first 500,000-kilowatt unit 
at the coal-fired Nanticoke GS also began operation. Construction proceeded on 
additional capacity of 9.6 million kilowatts, all of which is slated for operation 
progressively in the period 1973 to 1978. 

Despite a four-month strike involving 12,000 employees, electrical service was 
virtually uninterrupted throughout the province. This was possible only because 
those who remained on the job worked long hours under trying conditions, indefi- 
nitely postponed their vacations and willingly disrupted normal family life, and 
because many essential tasks were deferred while engineering and service personnel 
were diverted to the critical job of keeping the system operating. 

As a result of opposition to a vitally needed corridor for bulk transmission 
between Nanticoke GS and Pickering GS, Ontario Hydro experienced in 1972 diffi- 
culties and delays similar to those being encountered by many other public and 
private enterprises in establishing their facilities. This matter was referred to the 
Solandt Commission for review, and an independent consultant was subsequently 
appointed to conduct a further study. 

A great deal of time and effort is now being devoted to developing and imple- 
menting an open-planning procedure which will give citizens a more effective voice 
in the selection of power facility location. Provision is being made for earlier par- 
ticipation by individuals — including not only the property owners concerned but 
also environmentalists, ecologists, and conservationists — and for a more intensive 
analysis of alternative courses of action. 

It is hoped that through greater public participation the construction of facilities 
will be more widely accepted, and that decisions will be reached in time to avoid 
critical delays in the*ir progress to completion. Failure to provide power in time for 
essential future needs, could have extremely serious consequences in consumer dis- 
tress, industrial dislocation, and the loss of jobs through our inability to support 
industrial expansion. 

Task Force Hydro, which was appointed by the Government in 1971 to review 
Hydro's function, structure, operation, financing, and objectives, issued its first 
report towards the end of the year. Additional reports are scheduled for publication 
during 1973. The initial report gave high praise to Ontario Hydro for its past 
achievements and contributions to the well-being of the province, and made a num- 
ber of recommendations which would improve its capability to deal effectively with 



Annual Summary 5 

changing requirements in the future. A pivotal recommendation is that Hydro be 
changed from a commission to a crown corporation. A number of organizational 
changes will be made as a result of the Task Force studies. 

The vital role of Hydro's nuclear-power program in meeting the future energy 
needs of Ontario — a province rich in reserves of uranium but deficient in fossil 
fuels — was underscored in 1972 by the emerging energy crisis in the United States, 
and subsequently by the report issued early in 1973 by the Ontario Advisory Com- 
mittee on Energy. 

For the moment the nuclear program is being inhibited by a shortage of heavy 
water, which has resulted in some temporary interruptions in the operation of 
Canadian nuclear stations. Once the shortage has been overcome — in part by 
Atomic Energy of Canada's Bruce Heavy Water Plant, which Ontario Hydro is 
now commissioning, and eventually by the development of additional heavy-water 
production capacity — the nuclear program should move ahead on a large scale. In 
1972 nuclear stations produced nearly 9 per cent of the electric energy generated 
by the system despite the fact that Pickering was shut down during the strike. By 
1 990 they may produce from 60 to 70 per cent. 

A continuing cause of concern during 1972 as in recent years was the impact of 
inflation. Every effort is being made to offset rising costs and to minimize increases 
in electricity rates, but Ontario Hydro can claim no exemption from the inflationary 
pressures of high interest rates and the rising costs of fuel, equipment, property, and 
labour. Annual rate increases appear inevitable for the next several years to offset 
these effects of inflation, to provide for increasing expenditures on environmental 
programs, and to ensure adequate funds for an expanding construction program. 

There is every indication, however, that Ontario Hydro rates will remain fully 
competitive with those in other jurisdictions and with those of other forms of energy. 
Electricity will continue to play an expanding role in meeting Ontario's energy re- 
quirements and in contributing to the health of the economy and to the environ- 
mental quality that most people desire. 



OPERATIONS 

On December 4, 1972, the primary peak demand of the Commission's cus- 
tomers reached a new maximum of 12,738,976 kW to register a 10.4 per cent 
increase over the 1971 peak. At no time in the past has the annual maximum 
occurred so early in December. 

The dependable peak capacity of the Commission's resources at 14,422,200 
kW, though only 3.5 per cent greater than in 1971, was quite adequate to meet 
primary requirements. For system security reasons, however, advantage was taken 
of the opportunity under interruptible power contracts to reduce the East System 



Operations 



Growth in demands and resources 1 963-1972 

thousand kW 



dependable peak capacity 

primary power requirements 

primary energy requirements 

(average kilowatts or 

kilowatts per year) 




18,000 



1 5,000 



12.000 



9.000 



6,000 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



3,000 



component of the peak load by 98,400 kW. The increase in dependable peak capa- 
city for the most part represents the availability of a third nuclear-electric unit and 
two combustion-turbine units at Pickering GS. 



Operation of the System 

Primary energy demands for the year rose by 7.9 per cent to reach 73,497 
million kWh. In total 79,994 million kWh were generated and purchased during the 
year, 37,617 million kWh being generated in the Commission's hydro-electric sta- 
tions, 31,749 million kWh in its thermal-electric stations, and 10,628 million kWh 
being purchased. While production exceeded the 1971 level by 10.8 per cent, 
hydro-electric and thermal-electric production were higher by 8.0 per cent and 12.2 
per cent respectively, the increase in hydro-electric production being largely attribut- 



Operation of the System 

Dependable peak capacity of resources 



thousand kW 



rajr ,<. total generated and purchased 
total in Commission stations 
hydro-electric 
thermal-electric 




2,000 



1,000 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



able to improved stream flows. A 2.5 per cent increase was recorded in the output 
of conventional thermal-electric stations, but nuclear-electric production, amount- 
ing to 5,794 million kWh, was almost double that of 1971. A 16.9 per cent increase 
in the amount of purchased energy is largely attributable to new contracts negotiated 
with Hydro-Quebec and Manitoba Hydro. 

The changing pattern in energy production is, of course, reflected in fuel con- 
sumption — a decrease of 11.2 per cent in coal consumption to 8,377,200 tons, an 
increase in natural gas consumption to 37,259 million cubic feet, and a 54.8 per 
cent decrease in fuel oil used by combustion-turbine units to 5,492,500 gallons. 
Nuclear units at Pickering GS required 142.9 megagrams (157 short tons) of 
uranium in 1972, as compared with 66.2 megagrams (73 short tons) in 1971. 

Upon completion of a remarkably brief commissioning period following its 
initial operation on May 3, Unit 3 at Pickering GS was placed in service on June 1. 
Shortly after the OHEU began strike action towards the end of June, the Commis- 
sion deemed it advisable to shut down all three operating units at this station, until 
late October for Units 1 and 2, and until early November for Unit 3. Unit 2 at 



8 Operations 

Primary energy demand (1 971 -1 972) 



1971 



1972 



thousand 
average kilowatts 

9.500 




9,000 



8,500 



8.000 



7,500 



7,000 



6,500 



Nanticoke GS, which had been undergoing commissioning tests since it was first 
operated on January 16, 1972, was also shut down during the summer, and com- 
missioning tests were resumed between October 1 1 and the end of the year. 

Because of the greatly increased total operation at Pickering GS during the year 
it was necessary to transfer supplies of heavy water from Douglas Point and the 
Nuclear Power Demonstration Plant on April 3 and April 14 respectively, and 
these two units as a consequence were unavailable for service until late in the year. 
At Richard L. Hearn GS, the one unit remaining of the eight being changed over to 
operation on natural gas in 1971 was first operated on this fuel early in March. 

Under new agreements negotiated with Manitoba Hydro, up to 200,000 kW of 
firm power will be made available in a series of steps between April 1, 1972 and 
March 31, 1978. The capacity of the 230-kV equipment at Beauharnois GS was 



Stream Flows and Storage Conditions 9 

raised to meet the requirements of additional energy deliveries from Hydro-Quebec, 
which began on June 1 in accordance with the contract dated October 2, 1970. A 
new interconnection agreement between Hydro-Quebec and Ontario Hydro was 
ratified on June 1, 1972. It provides for mutual assistance in emergencies, and for 
the exchange of various classes of power apart from those specified for delivery 
under the earlier contract. 

Of several short-term agreements negotiated in 1972 for the delivery of power 
between Ontario Hydro and utilities in Michigan and New York, only one remained 
in effect at the end of the year, that for the delivery of 300,000 kW of diversity 
power by Michigan utilities to Ontario Hydro. 



Stream flows and storage conditions 

Output at DeCew Falls was virtually eliminated, and the capacity of the system 
was consequently reduced when diversion from the Welland Canal was curtailed on 
December 18 as part of the canal relocation, which will not be completed before 
March 1973. In conformity with a Ministry of the Environment request, flow dur- 
ing the work period will be re-established at approximately 200 cfs. During the 
winter, storage for the stations will be retained in the headpond area for emergency 
requirements. 

With unseasonably cold weather in the spring, freshet conditions in southern 
Ontario were delayed until late April, and were disappointing in duration. Normal 
precipitation throughout most of the year thereafter, however, resulted in generally 
favourable storage conditions, though lake levels in some parts of the Northwestern 
Region were still below normal at the end of the year. Flow into Lake Ontario in 
November and December was substantially in excess of that experienced over the 
previous 110 years. Annual mean flows of the Niagara, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa 
rivers were all in the range of 20 per cent above the 10-year moving averages, the 
corresponding flow of the Abitibi River being about 16 per cent below the average. 



System maintenance 

System maintenance practices are being continuously improved with the purpose 
of minimizing any possible detriment to the natural environment. For example, the 
greatly expanded use of helicopters in line rehabilitation reduces the need for access 
by vehicles over cultivated land. A number of self-supporting towers recently pur- 
chased for use as replacement structures on the 230-kV system are designed for 
helicopter erection. Techniques are being developed for determining in advance a 
qualitative and quantitative assessment of the visual aspects of proposed transmis- 
sion line corridors. 

The development of low-growing, deep-rooted, perennial ground cover on part 
of the dike at the Sir Adam Beck-Niagara Pumping Generating Station is illustra- 
tive of new techniques being generally introduced in landscape improvement. 



10 Finance 

Supply 

Fuel requirements, expressed in terms of equivalent quantities of coal, increased 
by 8 per cent in 1972. In the year nuclear fuels replaced the equivalent of 2 million 
tons of coal. 

Future supply of fuels was enhanced by contracts negotiated for supplying oil 
at Lennox GS beginning in 1974-75 and an agreement with a major coal producer 
for opening a new coal mine in 1976. Comprehensive studies are continuing in 
search of future sources of fuels including coal, gas, oil, and uranium. 

During 1 972, suppliers provided materials, equipment, and services costing over 
$417 million. Unfilled orders, placed in 1972 and earlier, had a total value of $867 
million at the end of the year. 

When commissioned late in 1973, the new warehouse at the Ontario Hydro 
Service Centre will replace older inefficient buildings which have been in use since 
1948. The new warehouse, covering three acres, incorporates electronically guided 
material-handling equipment. The facility is designed to provide expeditious over- 
night delivery of standard materials, and is planned to permit expansion to meet 
foreseeable needs to 1990. 

A prototype fly-ash processing plant at Lakeview GS is now in operation, after 
being taken over and completed by the Commission in 1972. The plant is designed 
to convert 200,000 tons of fly ash annually into light-weight aggregate, pozzolan, 
and iron powder for marketing to the building industry, thereby reducing substan- 
tially both environmental problems and costs for disposing of fly ash in the Metro 
Toronto area. 



FINANCE 

Revenues in 1972 were 11.5 per cent greater than in 1971, rising by $72.5 
million. Sales of primary power and energy increased by $58. 1 million or 9.6 per cent 
and sales of secondary energy rose by $14.4 million or 62.9 per cent. A combination 
of increases in rates and increases in demands for power and energy accounted for 
the additional revenue. Revenue increased $46.0 million or 12.3 per cent from 
municipalities, $12.6 million or 9.1 per cent from retail customers, and decreased 
$.5 million or .5 per cent from direct customers. 

Costs, before provision for the stabilization of rates and contingencies reserve, 
rose from $627.9 million in 1971 to $710.8 million in 1972. 

Operation, maintenance, and administration expense increased by $19.1 million. 
The cost of fuel used in the generation of electric power exceeded the corresponding 
cost in 1971 by $11.2 million, reflecting not only increases in the price of fuel, but 
also the increasing dependence on thermal-electric generating facilities to meet the 
growth in customer requirements. Because of the increase in borrowings in total and 



Revenues and Expenditures 



11 



Revenues from sales of 
primary power and energy 





□ 


from 


retail customers 


























from direct customers 










f 1 from municipalities 



















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































million $ 
680 



640 
600 
560 
520 
480 
440 
400 
360 
320 
280 
240 
200 
160 
120 
80 
40 




1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



the effect of high interest rates, interest expense rose by $29.8 million. Depreciation 
increased $13.1 million over the 1971 amount, reflecting the continued growth of 
fixed assets in service. 

Expenditures on fixed assets during the year amounted to $562.1 million, includ- 
ing $394.1 million on thermal-electric generating facilities, $103.7 million on trans- 
former stations and transmission lines, and $33.1 million on retail distribution 
facilities. 



Expenditures on thermal-electric generating facilities included $122.2 million on 
Nanticoke GS, $153.6 million on Bruce GS, $63.9 million on Pickering GS and 
$45.3 million on Lennox GS. 

The Commission's bonds payable amounted to $3,862.2 million at December 31, 
1972 as compared with $3,418.2 million at December 31, 1971, for a net increase 



12 Finance 

of $440.0 million. During 1972 the Commission issued bonds amounting to $300.0 
million in Canadian currency, $200.0 million ($198.6 million Canadian) in U.S. 
currency, DM 100.0 million ($30.8 million Canadian) in West German currency and 
SwFr 100.0 million ($25.9 million Canadian) in Swiss currency. 

The balance in the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies amounted 
to $249.2 million at the end of 1972, down $3.7 million from the balance at the end 
of 1971. The reserve is used to stabilize the effects on cost brought about by variations 
in stream flows, loads varying from the levels forecast, major physical damage to 
plant and equipment or their premature retirement, fluctuations in exchange on debt 
payable in foreign currencies, and other contingencies. 



Statement of Operations 



13 



STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Revenues 

Primary power and energy. 
Secondary energy (note 2).. 



Costs 

Operation, maintenance, and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased (note 2) 

Nuclear agreement - payback (note 3) 

Interest (note 4) 

Depreciation (note 5) 

Debt retirement 

Amortization of frequency standardization 

Total before reserve provisions and withdrawals 

Provisions and withdrawals - reserve for stabilization of rates and 
contingencies : 

Interest added to the reserve 

Withdrawal -all customers 

Withdrawal to offset net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers. 



1972 



1971 



$ '000 


$ '000 


664,834 


606,749 


37,387 


22,940 


702,221 


629,689 


218,738 


199,604 


123,573 


112,369 


26,810 


31,369 


8,212 


2,236 


158,905 


129,103 


93,488 


80,336 


58,177 


52,543 


22,927 


20,324 


710,830 


627,884 


15,690 


15,562 


(16,241) 


(12,064) 


(8,058) 


(1,693) 


(8,609) 


1,805 


702,221 


629,689 



See accompanying notes on pages 19 and 20. 



AUDITORS* REPORT 

We have examined the balance sheet of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as at December 31, 1972 
and the statements of operations, source and application of funds, reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies, 
and equities accumulated through debt retirement charges for the year then ended. Our examination included a general 
review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we con- 
sidered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at December 31, 
1972 and the results of its operations and the source and application of its funds for the year then ended. 



Toronto, Canada, 
April 10, 1973 



CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

Chartered Accountants 



14 



Finance 



BALANCE SHEET AS AT 



ASSETS 



1972 



$ '000 



Fixed Assets 

Fixed assets in service, at cost (note 3) 4,751,604 

Less accumulated depreciation 848,781 

3,902,823 
Fixed assets under construction, at cost 852,093 



1971 



$ '000 

4,286,294 
762,071 

3,524,223 
776,097 



4,754,916 4,300,320 



Investments (note 6). 



261,671 



258,554 



Current Assets 

Cash and short-term investments (note 7). 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost 

Materials and supplies, at cost 



175,378 


150,448 


108,320 


138,487 


105,127 


79,929 


31,530 


29,496 



420,355 



398,360 



Deferred Charges and Other Assets 

Frequency standardization cost, less amounts written off. 

Debt discount and expense, less amounts written off 

Long-term accounts receivable 

Other assets 



27,665 


48,896 


42,604 


37,378 


9,446 


10,071 


8,029 


10,147 



87,744 



106.492 



5,524,686 5,063,726 



On behalf of the Commission 
George E. Gathercole 
Chairman 



E. B. Easson 
Secretary 



Balance Sheet 



15 



DECEMBER 31, 1972 



DEBT, EQUITY, AND LIABILITIES 



Long-term Debt 

Bonds payable (note 8) 

Less payable within one year. 



1972 



$ '000 

3,862,252 
59,875 



1971 



$ '000 

3,418,179 
65,611 



3,802,377 3,352,568 



Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement charges 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural 
construction 



876,900 
249,186 

126,695 

1,252,781 



818,725 
252,940 

126,695 

1,198,360 



Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Notes payable 

Accrued interest 

Long-term debt payable within one year. 



168,565 


147,507 


150,650 


217,100 


79,563 


71,786 


59,875 


65,611 



458,653 



502,004 



Deferred Liabilities 

Customers' deposits 

Workmen's compensation claims. 



See accompanying notes on pages 19 and 20. 



2,773 
8,102 


2,874 
7,920 


10,875 


10,794 


5,524,686 


5,063,726 



16 



Finance 



RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 

for the Year Ended 



Held for the 

Benefit of All 

Customers 



Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Interest for the year at rates approximating those earned on investments held for 
the reserve 

Net profit on redemption of bonds payable and sale of investments 

Deduct : 

Withdrawal credited to operations 

Withdrawal to offset net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers 

Grant to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

Balances at end of year 



$ '000 
252,241 



15,647 
4,925 



272,813 



16,241 



16,241 



256,572 



EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 








Munici- 
palities 


Power 
District 


Totals 




1972 


1971 


Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Debt retirement charged to operations 


$ '000 
577,052 

37,990 
3 


$ '000 
241,673 

20,187 

(3) 

(2) 


$ '000 
818,725 

58,177 


$ '000 
766,189 

52,543 


Equities transferred through annexations 

Equities refunded on annexation of retail dis- 
tribution facilities 




(2) 


(7) 








Balances at end of year 


615,045 


261,855 


876,900 


818,725 



Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 



17 



OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 

December 31, 1972 



Held for the Benefit of (or Recoverable from) 
Certain Groups of Customers 








Power District 


Totals 


Municipalities 


All 

Direct 

Customers 


Direct Customers 
Former Northern 
Ontario Properties 


Retail 
Customers 






1972 


1971 


$ '000 
1,144 

70 


$ '000 
(4,621) 

(280) 


$ '000 
8,369 

508 


$ '000 
(4,193) 

(255) 


$ '000 
252,940 

15,690 
4,925 


$ '000 
247,829 

15,562 
3,374 








1,214 


(4,901) 


8,877 


(4,448) 


273,555 


266,765 




2,127 






16,241 

8,058 

70 


12,064 


70 


5,931 


1,693 
68 








70 


2,127 




5,931 


24,369 


13,825 


1,144 


(7,028) 


8,877 


(10,379) 


249,186 


252,940 



18 Finance 

STATEMENT OF SOURCE AND APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 

1972 1971 

$ '000 $ '000 

Source of Funds 

Operations 

Depreciation, including charges indirectly to operations and fixed 

assets under construction 

Debt retirement 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost, less interest on the 

. account 

Amortization of discount on bonds and notes payable 

Net amounts added to (withdrawn from) the reserve for stabilization 

of rates and contingencies 



Proceeds from issues of bonds and notes, less retirements 

Amounts held in cash and investments - (increase) decrease. 



Decrease (Increase) in accounts receivable. 
Increases in accounts and interest payable. 
Other items -net 



Application of Funds 

Expenditures on fixed assets -net 

Increases in fuel, materials, and supplies. 



See accompanying notes on pages 19 and 20. 



104,577 

58,177 

21,231 
4,198 

(8,609) 


90,775 
52,543 

17,916 
3,956 

1,805 


179,574 


166,995 


373,103 
(26,709) 


355,912 
3,781 


346,394 

30,792 

28,835 
812 


359,693 

(45,375) 

31,728 

1,692 


586,407 


514,733 


559,175 

27,232 


502,271 
12,462 


586,407 


514,733 



Notes to Financial Statements 19 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1 . Changes in Financial Statement Presentation 

The financial statements at December 31, 1972 reflect a number of changes in presentation 
and grouping of items. Details of these changes are listed below. The 1971 figures have been 
adjusted to a comparable basis. 

Statement of operations 

- The revenue from sales of primary energy, shown by class of customer in prior years, is 
shown in one amount as "primary power and energy". 

- Sales of secondary energy, formerly shown as a reduction of costs, are now included in 
revenues as "secondary energy". 

Balance sheet 

- Investments were previously shown as being held for specific funds, and are now shown as 
one amount titled "Investments". 

- Bonds and notes payable have been classified into long-term and current portions, with 
current maturities included in current liabilities. In previous years, all debt was classified 
under one heading as "Debt from Borrowings", with current maturities set out in the notes 
to the financial statements. 

- The "Employer's liability insurance fund" has been renamed "Workmen's compensation 
claims". 

2. Interchange of Power 

Power purchased and sales of secondary energy include amounts arising from interconnection 
arrangements for the exchange of power with other power production authorities. 

3. Nuclear Agreement -Pickering Units 1 and 2 

The Commission, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and the Province of Ontario are parties to 
a joint undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 and 2 of Pickering nuclear 
generating station, with ownership of these units being vested in the Commission. Contribu- 
tions to the capital cost by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario 
amount to $231,331,000 and these have been deducted in arriving at the value of fixed assets 
in service in respect of Pickering units 1 and 2. Commencing with the in-service date of each 
of the units (July 29, 1971 for unit 1 and December 30, 1971 for unit 2) the Commission makes 
payments for a period of up to 30 years to each of the parties in proportion to their capital 
contributions. These payments, termed "payback", are calculated in accordance with the 
agreement and in a broad sense provide for payments of amounts representing the net opera- 
tional advantage of having the power generated by Pickering units 1 and 2 as compared with 
coal-fired units similar to Lambton units 1 and 2. The parties' contributions to the capital 
cost and their share of "payback" for the years 1971 and 1972 will be adjusted on determination 
of the final costs of construction of Pickering units 1 and 2, and on adjustment of certain other 
items affecting the payback calculation which have been provided for on an estimated basis 
to date. 

4. Interest 

Interest costs consisted of : 

1972 1971 



$ '000 $ '000 

Interest on bonds and notes 249,744 218,589 

Less: 

Interest earned on investments 27,314 27,281 

Interest capitalized 50,970 52,591 

Interest on unamortized frequency standard- 
ization cost 1,696 2,408 

Miscellaneous interest 10,859 7,206 



158,905 129,103 
Depreciation 

Since January 1, 1971 all additions to fixed assets and the net book value of thermal-electric 
generating stations in service at the end of 1970 have been depreciated using the straight line 
method. All other assets in service at the end of 1970 continue to be depreciated on the sinking 
fund basis as previously employed. 



20 Finance 

6. Investments 

Investments which are included at amortized cost, consisted of: 



1972 1971 



$ '000 $ '000 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 247,676 257,559 

Corporate bonds and notes 13,995 995 

261,671 258,554 



Market value of these investments at December 31, 1972 was $249,284,000. 

Cash and Short-term Investments 

Cash and short-term investments, with short-term investments recorded at cost (approxi- 
mately market value) consisted of: 

1972 1971 



$ '000 $ '000 

Cash 5,803 7,732 

Notes of, and interest -bearing deposits with, banks and 

trust companies 126,886 47,861 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 27,689 67,855 

Corporate bonds and notes 15,000 27,000 

175,378 150,448 



8. Bonds Payable 

a) The liability for bonds payable consisted of: 

1972 1971 



$ '000 $ '000 
Bonds payable in 

Canadian currency - guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 2,502,110 2,265,283 

United States currency -held by the Province of Ontario 1,197,306 1,046,755 

United States currency - Eurodollar Issue - guaranteed by the 

Province of Ontario 35,295 35,295 

West German currency - guaranteed by the Province of 

Ontario 101,629 70,846 

Swiss currency - guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 25,912 — 

Total bonds payable 3,862,252 3,418,179 

b) The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at 
the rates of exchange at time of conversion. When bonds are retired, exchange losses or 
gains are recorded in the reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies. Translated 
at the rates of exchange which prevailed at December 31, 1972 the total liability for bonds 
payable in foreign currencies would be decreased by $37,800,000. This decrease would have 
been approximately $13,000,000 at April 9, 1973 following world currency revaluations. 

c) Bonds maturing in the next five years are as follows: 

$ '000 

1973 59,875 

1974 108,863 

1975 78,360 

1976 171,617 

1977 137,513 

556,228 
9. Pension and Insurance Plan 

The Pension and Insurance Plan is a contributory, benefit-based plan covering all regular 
employees of the Commission. The most recent actuarial valuation of the plan, at December 31, 
1970, indicated an unfunded liability of approximately $32,000,000. 

The pension costs for each year include current service costs and the amount required to 
amortize the unfunded liability within the period of time required by The Pension Benefits 
Act 1965. 



Bonds Payable 



21 



BONDS PAYABLE IN CANADIAN CURRENCY 

as at December 31, 1972 

Guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario 





Callable 




Interest 


Principal 


Date of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1972 








% 


$ 


Mar. 15, 1973 




Mar. 15, 1967 


3 


8.667.500 


June 15, 1973 


June 15. 1971 


June 15, 1950 


51,207.500 


Mar. 18, 1974 




Mar. 18, 1969 


TVi 


19,877.000 


July 15, 1974 


July 15, 1972 


July 15, 1956 


4 


45,491,000 


Oct. 15, 1974 


Oct. 15. 1972 


Oct. 15, 1956 


4H 


23,761,000 


Dec. 1. 1974 




Dec. 1, 1969 


sy 2 


19.734,000 


Aug. 15, 1975 


Feb. 15, 1972 


Feb. 15, 1957 


*H 


32,906,000 


Jan. 15, 1976 


Jan. 15, 1974 


Jan. 15, 1956 


4 


43.809,500 


♦Sept. 15, 1976 




Sept. 15, 1970 


sy 2 


75,000,000 


Oct. 1, 1976 




Oct. 1, 1969 


8M 


14.050,000 


Nov. 15, 1976 


Nov. 15, 1974 


Nov. 15. 1957 


5 


34,717,000 


Jan. 5, 1977 


Jan. 5, 1975 


Jan. 5. 1967 


6*4 


14,910,000 


Mar. 1, 1977 


Mar. 1. 1975 


Mar. 1. 1955 


3H 


38,113,500 


Apr. 1, 1977 


Apr. 1, 1974 


Apr. 1. 1957 


5 


73.875.000 


Feb. 1, 1978 




Feb. 1, 1972 


6H 


30.000.000 


Mar. 1. 1978 


Mar. 1, 1976 


Mar. 1. 1958 


4H 


32,652,000 


Oct. 15. 1978 


Oct. 15, 1976 


Oct. 15, 1958 


5 


45,709,500 


May 15, 1979 


May 15. 1974 


May 15. 1954 


3H 


34.492,000 


July 1, 1979 




July 1, 1959 


5% 


28,811,500 


Oct. 15, 1979 


Oct. 15, 1974 


Oct. 15. 1954 


3H 


49.352.000 


Feb. 15, 1980 


Feb. 15. 1978 


Feb. 15. 1960 


6 


26,551.000 


July 15, 1980 


July 15. 1978 


July 15. 1960 


5H 


35,719.000 


Feb. 15, 1981 


Feb. 15. 1979 


Feb. 15, 1961 


51/2 


39,355,000 


June 15, 1982 


June 15. 1979 


June 15, 1962 


5 


32,119.000 


Mar. 1, 1983 


Mar. 1. 1980 


Mar. 1, 1963 


5M 


39.481.500 


June 15. 1983 


June 15, 1979 


June 15, 1963 


5 


51.577,300 


Nov. 15. 1983 


Nov. 15, 1980 


Nov. 15. 1961 


sx 


39.916,500 


Feb. 1. 1984 


Feb. 1. 1981 


Feb. 1, 1964 


5M 


50.128.300 


Oct. 1, 1984 


Oct. 1, 1980 


Oct. 1. 1964 


514 


53.980.000 


Feb. 1. 1985 


Feb. 1, 1981 


Feb. 1. 1965 


SX 


67.846.500 


July 5. 1987 


July 5, 1985 


July 5. 1967 


6H 


24,017.000 


Jan. 4, 1988 


Jan. 4, 1984 


Jan. 4. 1966 


SU 


48.444,500 


Apr. 15. 1988 


Apr. 15. 1984 


Apr. 15. 1966 


6 


47.067.500 


July 5. 1988 


July 5. 1984 


July 5. 1966 


6 


44,448,500 


Jan. 5. 1989 


Jan. 5. 1985 


Jan. 5. 1967 


634 


38.110.000 


Sept. 20. 1989 


Sept. 20. 1985 


Sept. 20. 1967 


6V2 


27.451.000 


Mar. 15, 1990 


Mar. 15. 1986 


Mar. 15. 1967 


6 


45.393.000 


Apr. 1. 1992 


Apr. 1, 1988 


Apr. 1, 1968 


7 


40.020.000 


Aug. 15, 1992 


Aug. 15. 1088 


Aug. 15, 1968 


7 


43,930,000 


Sept. 18, 1992 


Sept. 18, 1988 


Sept. 18. 1968 


7 


56,894.000 


Mar. 18, 1994 


Mar. 18. 1989 


Mar. 18. 1969 


T% 


28.494,000 


Apr. 1. 1994 


Apr. 1. 1990 


Apr. 1. 1970 


9 


47,541,000 


May 1. 1994 


May 1. 1989 


May 1, 1969 


1% 


31,960,500 


Oct. 1. 1994 


Oct. 1, 1989 


Oct. 1. 1969 


8M 


24,186.000 


Dec. 1. 1994 


Dec. 1, 1989 


Dec. 1, 1969 


8!/2 


21.700.000 


**Feb. 1, 1995 


Feb. 1. 1990 


Feb. 1. 1970 


9 


50.000,000 


June 30, 1995 


June 30, 1990 


June 30, 1970 


9 


58,220,000 


Nov. 30, 1995 


Nov. 30, 1990 


Nov. 30, 1970 


8H 


72,300,000 


Feb. 4, 1996 


Feb. 4, 1991 


Feb. 4, 1971 


7H 


95.101,000 


Apr. 1, 1996 


Apr. 1, 1991 


Apr. 1, 1971 


TVs 


58.984,000 


July 21, 1996 


July 21, 1991 


July 21, 1971 


8 M 


74,600,000 


Sept. 15, 1996 


Sept. 15, 1991 


Sept. 15, 1971 


7% 


99,437.500 


Feb. 1, 1997 


Feb. 1, 1992 


Feb. 1. 1972 


1% 


70.000,000 


Apr. 5, 1997 


Apr. 5, 1992 


Apr. 5, 1972 


1% 


100,000,000 


Sept. 15, 1997 


Sept. 15, 1992 
anadian currency 


Sept. 15, 1972 


8M 


100,000,000 


Total bonds payable in C 


2,502,109,600 













♦Exchangeable at the option of the bondholder for an equal principal amount of bonds due September 15. 1996, 
such bonds to bear interest at 834%. 
♦♦Subject to maturity of any bond on February 1, 1975 if the bondholder so elects. 



Finance 

BONDS PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY 

as at December 31, 1972 

Held by the Province of Ontario and having terms identical with issues sold in the 
United States by the Province of Ontario on behalf of the Commission 



Date of 


Callable 


Date of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


on or after 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1972 








% 


U.S. $ 


CAN. $ 


Feb. 1, 1975 


Feb. 1, 1958 


Feb. 1, 1953 


3M 


42,301,000 


41,413,963 


Nov. 1, 1978 


Nov. 1,1958 


Nov. 1, 1953 


SH 


46,147,000 


45,065,089 


Mar. 15, 1980 


Mar. 15, 1959 


Mar. 15, 1954 


SV% 


29,302,000 


28,595,168 


May 15, 1981 


May 15, 1961 


May 15, 1956 


3% 


40,973,000 


40,233,169 


Feb. 1, 1984 


Feb. 1, 1969 


Feb. 1, 1959 


*% 


68,972,000 


66,873,857 


Sept. 15. 1990 


Sept. 15, 1975 


Sept. 15, 1965 


*% 


48.100,000 


51.767,617 


Apr. 1, 1996 


Apr. 1, 1981 


Apr. 1, 1966 


5H 


32.616,000 


35,164,127 


Apr. 15, 1997 


Apr. 15. 1982 


Apr. 15, 1967 


s% 


61.844,000 


66,926,805 


Dec. 1, 1997 


Dec. 1, 1982 


Dec. 1, 1967 


(>Vz 


71,395,000 


77,196,090 


Aug. 1. 1998 


Aug. 1. 1983 


Aug. 1, 1968 


TVs 


72,025.000 


77,291,833 


Feb. 15, 1999 


Feb. 15, 1984 


Feb. 15, 1969 


1% 


74,480.000 


80,019,453 


Sept. 1, 1999 


Sept. 1, 1984 


Sept. 1, 1969 


&% 


97.635,000 


105,232,229 


Feb. 15, 2000 


Feb. 15, 1985 


Feb. 15, 1970 


9M 


99.220,000 


106,413,449 


Aug. 1, 2000 


Aug. 1, 1985 


Aug. 1, 1970 


9M 


74.015,000 


75,587,819 


May 15, 2001 


May 15, 1986 


May 15, 1971 


7.85 


100,000,000 


100,875,000 


May 15, 2002 


May 15, 1987 


May 15, 1972 


7.70 


100,000.000 


99,000,000 


Dec. 15, 2002 


Dec. 15, 1987 
in United States curre 


Dec. 15, 1972 
ncy - held by the Pro 


7.30 
/ince of Ontario. 


100,000,000 


99.650,000 


Total bonds payable 


1,159,025,000 


1,197,305,668 



BONDS PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY 
EURODOLLAR ISSUE 

as at December 31, 1972 

Guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date of 

Maturity 


Callable 
on or after 


Date of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1972 


Jan. 15, 1977-1986 
(ten equal annual 
instalments) 


Jan 15, 1977 


Jan. 15. 1971 


% 
8M 


U.S. $ 
35,000.000 


CAN. $ 
35,295,312 



Bonds Payable 



23 



BONDS PAYABLE IN WEST GERMAN CURRENCY 

as at December 31, 1972 

Guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date of 
Maturity 


Callable 
on or after 


Date of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1972 


Aug. 1, 1975-1984 

(ten equal annual 
instalments) 

Dec. 1. 1977-1986 

(ten equal annual 
instalments) 

June 1, 1980-1987 

(eight equal annual 
instalments) 


Aug. 1, 1975 
Dec. 1. 1977 
June 1, 1980 


Aug. 1, 1969 
Dec. 1, 1971 
June 1. 1972 


% 
7 

7H 

6H 


DM 
150,000,000 

100,000,000 

100,000,000 


CAN. $ 
40.401.005 

30.445.000 

30.782,993 




350.000,000 


101.628,998 











BONDS PAYABLE IN SWISS CURRENCY 

as at December 31, 1972 

Guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date of 
Maturity 


Callable 
on or after 


Date of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31. 1972 


*Oct. 2. 1983-1987 


Oct. 2, 1983 


Oct. 2. 1972 


% 

514 


Sw Fr 
100,000.000 


CAN. $ 
25,912.024 



*In each of the four years ending October 2, 1983-1986 Ontario Hydro has undertaken to redeem up to 10,000,000 Swiss 
francs of bonds by purchase in the market, to the extent that this is practicable, at prices not exceeding the par value 
of the bonds. 



24 Marketing and the Commissions Customers 

Energy made available 



[~] purchased 






J generated- thermal-electric 










hydro-electric 























































































































































































































































rr^ 




































— 














































;;■'.":::■: 







































































































































































1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



million kWh 
80,000 

75,000 

70,000 

65,000 

60,000 

55,000 

50,000 

45,000 

40,000 

35,000 

30,000 

25,000 

20,000 

15,000 

10,000 

5,000 





MARKETING AND THE COMMISSION'S CUSTOMERS 

During 1972 power was supplied under cost contracts to 353 municipal elec- 
trical utilities for resale to 1,821,795 retail customers. Through its own retail dis- 



ULTIMATE CUSTOMERS SERVED 

Retail customers served by 353 municipal utilities 
Retail customers served by the Commission 

In 15 communities where the Commission owns and 
operates the distribution facilities 

In Rural Areas (including 3 utilities) 



Direct customers (including 11 utilities) 
Total 



28,350 
630,215 

658,565 



1,821,795 



658,565 
102 

2,480,462 



Service to Customers 

Disposal of energy 



secondary sales 



□ 



losses and unaccounted for 



sales to retail customers 



□ •» 



direct customers 



to municipalities 



_ 



25 




_ 



60,000 



55,000 
50.000 
45,000 
40,000 
35,000 
30,000 



- 25,000 

- 20.000 

- 15.000 

- 10,000 

- 5,000 





1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



tribution system, the Commission also provided electrical service to 658,565 cus- 
tomers, for the most part located outside the areas served by municipal utilities, 
including 125,356 farm service customers. 

There were renewed efforts during the year to extend facilities, and in some 
instances to provide diesel-electric generation, for the supply of power to isolated 
localities and remote communities. Preparatory work for some of these projects 
requires extensive negotiation with several parties concerned, and is therefore often 
time-consuming. 

Throughout the year, although hampered by an 18-week labour strike, the 
Commission continued to emphasize the provision and maintenance of reliable 
service to customers. During the year extensions of service in northern Ontario 
were necessarily curtailed as a result of the discontinuance of the Government's 
assistance toward the capital cost of rural distribution facilities. 

There were two noteworthy increases in power supplied to primary industries 
during the year. In the Northeastern Region, an ore-processing plant brought into 



26 Marketing and the Commissions Customers 

service during the year requires 60,000 kW of electric power. A second mining 
company in the Region placed in service a new mill which required 20,000 kW of 
electric power while operating at 60 per cent of capacity. In the Northwestern 
Region, a new mine brought into production by this same mining company in 1972 
required 7,000 kW of power, with some increase expected when production reaches 
capacity. 

The Commission continues to administer Provincial regulations governing the 
sale and installation of electrical equipment. In the interests of safety, all electrical 
installations and the distribution of electrical appliances are subject to its inspection 
and approval. A revision of the Ontario Electrical Code is scheduled for publica- 
tion in mid 1973. In order to curb an undesirable increase in the sale of unapproved 
appliances, stricter supervision is being given to manufacturers and distributors. 



Marketing 

By providing energy in a clean and highly flexible form, electrical service can 
contribute significantly to the preservation and improvement of the environment. 
The Commission's marketing program is therefore directed primarily towards the 
encouragement of those applications which will further economic and environmental 
ends, whether these applications are for residential, agricultural, commercial, or 
industrial service. A secondary but still important concern is to ensure the con- 
tinued efficient, economical, and well-balanced operation of the entire power system. 

Under this policy, the emphasis of the associated advertising program is not to 
promote expansion in the use of electricity for its own sake, but rather to inform 
people of the services available to them, and to point out the advantages that elec- 
tric energy has to offer. This service is essential if people are to make a well- 
informed choice in a market where strongly persuasive claims are being made by 
competing energy suppliers. 

For residential service, central space-conditioning systems, which combine heat- 
ing and cooling with air purification and humidity control, obviously have a strong 
customer appeal. There is, therefore, a continuing need to work in harmony with 
heating and air-conditioning contractors, and to stress the importance of their role 
in maintaining high standards of workmanship and service so that customers are 
assured of satisfaction in this promising market. Particular emphasis was placed 
during 1972 on the quality and performance of electric-heating systems through the 
application of the Canadian Standards Association's Planning Guide for Residential 
Heating which has been adopted and published by the Ontario Electrical League as 
a requirement for Medallion certification. During the year over 20,000 electrically 
heated dwellings were added to the system, and more than 2,000 dwellings were 
changed over to electric heat from other types of fuel service. 

The same emphasis on improvement in the environment, particularly in large 
urban centres, has encouraged the construction of all-electric, completely space- 
conditioned, high-rise offices and residential towers. A number of applications of 



Progress on Power Developments 27 

environment conditioning are also important in poultry and dairy farming, and in 
other major processing industries where safety, economy, and particularly flexibility 
and precision in control, are prime considerations. Electric-induction melting and 
holding furnaces in foundry applications offer advantages with regard to pollution 
control, costs, and working conditions for employees. With the current rapidly 
increasing demand for castings in Ontario, there are indications that within the next 
ten years requirements for induction and arc furnaces in foundry operations may 
reach 1,000,000 kilowatts. 



PLANNING, ENGINEERING, AND CONSTRUCTION 

The principal construction activity for the development of new generating 
resources was carried out in 1972 at Bruce GS, Pickering GS, Nanticoke GS, and 
Lennox GS, the first two being major nuclear-electric stations, and the others con- 
ventional thermal-electric stations. 



Progress on power developments 

The first unit at Bruce GS is scheduled for commercial service in 1976, and the 
remaining three units are scheduled to follow at yearly intervals. The major part of 
civil design work is complete, and work at present is directed towards mechanical 
and electrical design. Manufacture of most of the major equipment is under way. 

The reactor assembly for Unit 2 was delivered by barge to the site in May 1972, 
and the assembly for Unit 1 in October. During the year, construction progressed 
to the point where the installation of electrical and mechanical equipment for Unit 2 
was under way in a completely enclosed section of the powerhouse. Civil work for 
the intake tunnel and for Units 1,3, and 4 was begun. 

The commissioning of Pickering GS continued with remarkable smoothness in 
1972, and Unit 3 was accepted for service on June 1, seven months in advance of 
the scheduled date and only 38 days after the nuclear reactor first went critical. At 
the end of the year the fourth unit was undergoing commissioning tests. 

Operation of the station was discontinued from late in June until after the con- 
clusion of the OHEU strike in late October, but the down-time was used to carry 
out the manufacturer's survey of the Unit 1 turbine-generator, and to correct defects 
as well as make minor modifications. All three units were returned to service by 
mid November. 

The on-site plant for bringing the quality of spilt heavy water up to an accept- 
able grade level was completed in June, and subsequently successfully tested. 

At Richard L. Hearn GS, conversion of the last of eight units for the use of 
natural gas was completed, and the unit was initially operated with this fuel on 
March 10. With a continuing requirement for coal by four units at the station, 



Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

SUMMARY OF THE POWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

as at December 31, 1972 





Units 


In-Service 
Schedule 


Installed Capacity 


Developmknt 


Number 


Type 


In 
Service 


Under 
Construction 


Pickering - Lake Ontario, 

east of Toronto 


4 
6 

8 

4 

4 
4 
2 


TN 

TCT 

TC 

TC 

TN 

TCT 

H 


1971-71-72-73 

1970-1973 

1972-73-73-74- 
75-76-76-77 

1975-76-76-77 

1976-77-78-79 

1974-1976 

1976 


kW 
1,620,000 
37,500 
500,000 


kW 
540,000 


Pickering Combustion-turbine 
Units 

Nanticoke - Lake Erie, near Port 
Dover 

Lennox - Lake Ontario, 22 miles 
west of Kingston 


7,500 
3,500,000 

2,295,000 


Bruce - Lake Huron, near 

Kincardine 




3,200,000 


Bruce Auxiliary Units 




59,200 


Arnprior - Madawaska River 




87,000 







TN Thermal-electric Nuclear 
TC Thermal-electric Conventional 
TCT Thermal-electric Combustion-turbine 
H Hydro-electric 



extensive reinforcing and remedial work was necessary on the coal-receiving dock. 
This was completed in mid November. 

Unit 2 at Nanticoke GS, though not fully commissioned, provided energy to the 
system for most of 1972. Though there will be some delay in achieving first steam 
for Units 1 and 3, there is as yet no indication that commissioning dates now 
scheduled for these units must be revised. The powerhouse and service bays for the 
first six units are fully enclosed in heated structures. Structural steel is being erected 
for the remaining two units. 

At the end of 1972 both of the circulating water intakes were complete, including 
the forebay and channel through which the Ministry of the Environment will pro- 
vide the water requirements of the municipalities in the vicinity. The necessary civil 
engineering for the pumphouses supplying Units 5 to 8 was nearly finished, and 
construction of the four-flue stack serving these units was almost complete. The 
systems for coal handling and ash disposal were in service, and approximately 
300,000 tons of coal had been received before the close of shipping for the year. 

At Lennox GS the major emphasis in 1972 was on civil engineering, and on 
construction of related facilities. Highway No. 33 was relocated and improved, and 
access to the powerhouse area from the main CNR line was established. The first 
section of the cooling-water intake pipe, which is 20.5 feet in diameter, was laid in 
June. In compliance with stringent requirements for the disposal of overburden 
dredged in preparation for this installation, a special silt retention enclosure was 



The Power Development Program 
EXPENDITURES ON CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION 1963-1972 



29 











Retail 






Year 


Genera- 


Transfor- 


Trans- 


Distribu- 


Other 


Total 




tion 


mation 


mission 


tion 








$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


1963 


49,301 


12,109 


22,391 


18,073 


6,283 


108,157 


1964 


55,908 


16,775 


16,250 


18,623 


2,565 


110,121 


1965 


90,420 


18,734 


19,727 


18,066 


3,004 


149,951 


1966 


131,900 


22,593 


21,607 


20,256 


*14,908 


211,264 


1967 


154,889 


30,128 


26,774 


22,280 


♦18,075 


252,146 


1968 


192,772 


38,270 


53,439 


23,276 


♦21,583 


329,340 


1969 


273,082 


62,507 


60,128 


28,567 


♦22,411 


446,695 


1970 


318,236 


68,682 


65,141 


30,410 


♦28,577 


511,046 


4971 


336,124 


57,965 


53,452 


36,169 


♦23,541 


507,251 


1972 


404,826 


54,348 


49,362 


33,062 


♦20,550 


562,148 


Total 


2,007,458 


382,111 


388,271 


248,782 


161,497 


3,188,119 



♦ These figures include investment in tools and equipment, now classified as fixed assets but shown 
in previous years as current assets. 



established in the disposal area. Concrete foundation work was carried on through- 
out the year, and by June, structural steel for the service bay of the powerhouse 
was being erected. By the end of the year the concrete shell of the chimney for 
Units 1 and 2 had reached its full height, and work on the steel liner had begun. 
The turbine block for Unit 2 was approaching completion by the end of the year. 

Manufacture of major items of equipment for delivery in 1973 is proceeding on 
schedule. Though the OHEU strike caused some delay in design and drawing 
activity, every effort is being directed to regaining the lost time. 

During 1972, approval was given for the construction of Arnprior GS on the 
Madawaska River, which will bring to completion the optimum development of the 
river through an integrated series of peak-power generating stations. Acres Con- 
sulting Services Limited has been retained to provide engineering and project man- 
agement services for the construction of a two-unit station, tentatively designed for 
a total capacity of 87,000 kilowatts. Construction will begin in 1973. 



System planning 

The Commission's agreement with Hydro-Quebec for the purchase of power 
and energy over a six-year period commencing in June 1971 was amended early in 

1972 to provide for the purchase of additional power and energy between June 1, 

1973 and May 31, 1977, and for the conversion to firm energy of the interruptible 
energy scheduled for this four-year period under the original contract. The agree- 
ment now provides for the delivery of 800,000 kilowatts of firm power in the first 
year and 1,000,000 kilowatts in the period 1974 to 1977, and for delivery of 6,300 



30 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

million kilowatt-hours of firm energy in 1973-1974 and 7,900 million kilowatt-hours 
in each 12-month period thereafter for a total of 30,000 million kilowatt-hours. The 
purchase of the additional firm power and energy is a major contributing factor in 
providing adequate reserves for the system. 

The total cost to Ontario Hydro over the six-year period, assuming the 
deliveries as planned and taking into account the 7,500 million kilowatt-hours of 
interruptible energy scheduled for the first two years of the original contract, is 
estimated to be $193 million. The average cost per kilowatt-hour for this energy 
would then be 5.1 mills. 

In addition the Commission continues to receive 187,000 kilowatts of firm 
power from Hydro-Quebec at 75 per cent weekly load factor under the Beau- 
harnois contract, which will continue in force until November 1, 1976. 



Remote control 

Control facilities now in service at Muskoka TS permit control of six small 
Muskoka District generating stations, thus eliminating the need to engage staff at 
these stations. Design work and related studies are under way for providing super- 
visory control f aciHties also at several major hydro-electric stations. 



Transformer stations 

The first installation in Canada of miniaturized high-voltage metalclad switch- 
gear using sulphurhexafluoride gas as an insulating medium is scheduled for service 
at Ontario Hydro's Toronto-Central TS in the spring of 1976. Though this will be 
one of the largest single 115-kV installations of its kind, the area required for the 
station site will be significantly smaller than that required if conventional equipment 
had been installed. 

In view of the marked advances in the capabilities of air-blast circuit-breakers, 
and the projected future short-circuit levels on the system, orders have been placed 
for the supply of twenty-three 500-kV air-blast circuit-breakers having ratings of 
4,000 amperes, ultimate interrupting ratings of up to 75,000 amperes (rms sym- 
metrical), and an interrupting time of two cycles. 

With the objective of enhancing station appearance, new switchyard designs 
have been developed which permit considerable reduction in the height of 500-kV, 
230-kV, and dual-element stations. This is achieved by the adoption of solid-steel 
structures and the elimination of the strain bus. 

At Essa TS work is under way to tap the 500-kV line from Pinard TS to Klein- 
burg TS, and at Kleinburg TS itself additional 500/230-kV capacity is being 
installed. The 230-kV network was expanded during- the year by the placing in 



Data Acquisition and Computer System 31 

service of five new transformer stations — Atikokan TS, Cherrywood TS, Fort 
Frances TS, Kenora TS, and London-Clarke TS. Additional 230/1 15-kV auto- 
transformer capacity was installed at Toronto-Leaside TS. Work is proceeding for 
the construction of four new 230-kV stations, for the installation of additional capa- 
city at three 230-kV stations, and for a change in voltage from 115 kV to 230 kV 
as well as increases in capacity at Buttonville TS, Smiths Falls TS, and Wau- 
baushene TS. 

On the 115-kV network capacity was added in 1972 at five stations. Construc- 
tion is under way for four new 115-kV stations and for increases in capacity at 
four other stations. 

The capacity of the interconnection with the Detroit Edison Company from 
J. Clark Keith GS will be doubled when work under way is complete for a voltage 
change from 1 15 to 230 kV. 



Data acquisition and computer system 

Early in April 1972, approval was given to a project for the design and imple- 
mentation of a data acquisition and computer system (DACS), which gives promise 
of contributing significantly to the operation and control of an ever increasingly com- 
plex power network. This system will contribute to improved efficiency and opera- 
tion, and more appropriate planning of the system, as well as to the optimization of 
schedules, and the achievement of greater security in operation. As a security 
measure it will predict conditions so that lapses in system performance can be 
anticipated, it will more effectively monitor conditions so that security lapses can be 
detected when they do occur, and on these occasions it will provide the required 
control so that the faulty operation can be more promptly corrected. 

Data from about 130 transformer and generating stations in Ontario will be 
gathered and processed by large computers at the Richview System Control Centre, 
where the data will be displayed in colour as on a television screen, thus providing 
power dispatchers with greatly enhanced capability to supervise and control the 
bulk power system. The DACS project is scheduled for service late in 1974. 



Transmission and distribution 

The final selection of the route for the high-voltage line between Middleport 
and Oshawa will be made only after further public hearings, and the completion in 
mid 1973 of a report by the consultant at present engaged in conducting a study of 
the environmental effects of the project. Over three years of negotiations and dis- 
cussion with planning boards and councils of municipalities had led in March 1972 
to acceptance of a proposed route by eight of eleven municipalities between New- 
market and Middleport likely to be affected. Following the announcement of the 
new Pickering airport site, a revision to part of the proposed route was required. In 
June 1972, since opposition to the project persisted, Dr. O. M. Solandt was 



32 Planning, Engineering, and Construction 

appointed by the Provincial Government under The Public Enquiries Act to con- 
duct public hearings on the route location. His interim report of October 31, 1972 
corroborated Ontario Hydro's need for the facility proposed, but recommended that 
a consultant be engaged to review the suggested route to ensure that the location 
finally selected will have the least possible adverse effect on the environment. 

In view of this experience the Commission is now retaining a consultant to carry 
out a similar study of the Lennox GS to Oshawa section, and to report also in 
mid 1973. 

An environmental study now under way for 500-kV right-of-way requirements 
from Bruce GS to the Georgetown area is being conducted by Ontario Hydro staff. 
Here again in response to the Solandt enquiry, revisions in procedures have been 
adopted for this and all similar major projects. A team which is representative of all 
Divisions within Ontario Hydro concerned with the undertaking is responsible for 
engaging public participation, and for integrating all activities contributing to the 
environmental study. 

On March 30, 1972, power at 230 kV was supplied for the first time to points 
west of Thunder Bay over a line extending to Kenora TS via Atikokan and Fort 
Frances. Between these last two points the line crosses Rainy Lake, where there are 
four special crossing towers, each 350 feet in height, the longest conductor span 
being well over one-half mile in length. On September 15, an extension a further 
38 miles to the Manitoba border was placed in service to provide the first 230-kV 
tie-line with Manitoba Hydro. 

A second 230-kV interconnection with Manitoba Hydro extending west from 
Atikokan TS via Dry den will be ready for service in the spring of 1973. 

The twinning of locks of the St. Lawrence Seaway Authority in Welland 
required extensive relocation of transmission lines. Four double-circuit high-voltage 
crossings were built for operation at 230 kV. Four circuits of 27.6-kV cable and 
one distribution cable were installed across the canal. 



New buildings 

Late in 1972 approval was given for the construction of a new Head Office 
building at the corner of College Street and University Avenue. The new building, 
when it is complete in 1975, is planned to provide accommodation which for the 
first time in many years will be more than adequate for the entire Head Office staff 
now housed in six widely separated locations. The structure will be financed, built, 
and maintained by Canada Square Corporation. The Commission is to provide the 
site, which it already owns, and has entered into an agreement with Canada Square 
Corporation to rent the building under a lease-purchase agreement, which will give 
the Commission outright ownership of the building after a period of 30 years. The 
initial stages in construction activity took place during the week of November 20. 



Research Reports 33 

Meanwhile, alterations have been made in the Murray Street and Orde Street 
buildings to accommodate data processing equipment and services formerly housed 
in the main Head Office building. 

At the Service Centre in western Metropolitan Toronto, work is well advanced 
for the adaptation and extension of warehousing facilities and for the construction 
of a Transport and Work Equipment Administration Building. The warehousing 
facilities are being expanded in two major stages to take care of increasing demands 
on materials and supply services as they are foreseen up to the year 1990. 



RESEARCH 

The prime purpose of the Commission's research and testing activities is to 
ensure that new techniques are developed and applied to problems in design, con- 
struction, and operation of the system in order to achieve sound economies over 
the long term. 

For improving protection and control of the power grid, a modern integrated 
solid-state system is under development. In addition to new types of control-room 
instrumentation, it includes new components for measuring high voltage and current, 
control-wiring arrangements that are immune to local interference in stations, and 
a line-protection relay of advanced design. Successful field trials of the equipment 
including staged-fault tests, as well as the satisfactory performance of an operations 
sequence analyser based on similar technology at Nanticoke GS, give some indica- 
tion of the possible economies in station-control wiring and the likelihood of faster, 
more accurate relay performance under power-system fault conditions. 

In a study of the dynamics of heavy rotating equipment in large thermal- 
electric stations, techniques for measuring and analysing parameters which are of 
critical importance to reliable performance are being devised. When applied during 
commissioning activity, these techniques ensure that equipment is operating satis- 
factorily before it is placed in service. Subsequent in-service monitoring provides 
data on changes in performance, and facilitates the scheduling of preventive main- 
tenance. This promises to be of particular value in nuclear-electric stations, where 
much of the equipment is not conveniently accessible for either inspection or repair. 

For overhead transmission, effort is being continuously directed towards making 
high-voltage lines more compact, and electrical tests on full-scale structures of 
reduced dimensions are being made at the high-voltage test laboratory near Klein- 
burg. In a related activity some 500 semi-conductive insulator units of a novel 
design developed in co-operation with a Canadian manufacturer have been installed 
on a 115-kV line for trial operation at 230 kV with no increase in basic tower- 
head dimensions. 

Preparatory to the construction of a single-pole, steel-tower, 230-kV line pass- 
ing through suburban London, various studies were required to establish an appro- 



34 Staff 

priate footing design, to resolve several fabrication problems, and to confirm the 
adequacy of the tower-arm connections in resisting wind-load and conductor- 
galloping stresses. Carefully controlled thermal stress relieving of critical weld areas 
was specified, as well as the replacement of hot rolled baseplates with cast steel 
plates. 

As another aspect of environmental studies, research is continuing with regard 
to any effects which power-system operation may have on the ecosystem. There is 
at present no indication that the discharge of warm water at major generating sta- 
tion outfalls has any adverse effect on aquatic flora and fauna. 

Because of the large investment in heavy water for the CANDU reactors new 
methods of heavy-water separation by physical rather than chemical processes are 
under study. While two or three possible processes are receiving detailed attention, 
only one is under actual laboratory investigation. 

As one method of restricting levels of radiation to acceptable levels in the work 
areas of nuclear-electric stations, a deep-bed granular carbon filter has been de- 
veloped for removing radioactive particulates from reactor heat-transport circuits. 
Prototypes have been installed for demonstration purposes on loops at the Atomic 
Energy of Canada Limited Central Research Nuclear Laboratory and at Ontario 
Hydro's Nuclear Power Demonstration Station. 

Operations research support was given in dealing with a diversity of problems 
relative to such subjects as optimum reserves of fossil fuels, brush control on rights 
of way, advanced systems for materials supply, life expectancies of equipment, fore- 
casting of lake levels, and facility requirements for system maintenance in the 
future. 



STAFF 

All activity in 1972 is of course overshadowed by the general strike by the 
12,000-member local of the Canadian Union of Public Employees. It began on 
June 21, purportedly as a rotating strike, but it rapidly expanded in scope to 
become in fact the first general strike in the Commission's experience. It continued 
with varying degrees of pressure and stress for 121 days until October 21. 

Service to the Commission's customers was maintained without major disrup- 
tion for the entire period of the strike, for the most part by supervisory, manage- 
ment, and professional staff. Even the unavoidable service interruptions due to 
summer storms did not noticeably exceed normal duration limits. The redeploy- 
ment of staff for this purpose, however, required that Pickering GS be closed down, 
and that the critical commissioning of the Bruce Heavy Water Plant be delayed. 
The capital construction program as a whole suffered delay and dislocation. 

Early in the year the Union introduced a bargaining agenda of 176 items speci- 
fying extensive improvements in the contract, including an 1 1 per cent wage adjust- 



Staff Statistics 35 

ment in one year. During negotiations, and before the Commission had presented a 
wage offer, the Union obtained the approval of its membership for a strike, upon 
which it subsequently acted. 

Where Union picketing occurred at Commission offices and other locations, it 
was for the most part peaceable, but police attendance was required on occasions 
when mass confrontations of up to 700 picketers occurred at major generating sta- 
tions. With the assistance of law-enforcement agencies, special security precautions 
were taken during the strike to deal appropriately with any evidence of forcible 
restraint or intimidation of those continuing at work, and also with the possibility 
of damage to Commission property. Though the large majority of striking employees 
clearly demonstrated that they were reasonable, patient, and understanding under 
the prolonged stress, a few more militant activists were responsible for malicious 
damage to an extent estimated at approximately $100,000, and for other activities 
which led to more than 100 court actions against identified persons for infractions 
of the Criminal Code, The Highway Traffic Act, and The Public Works Protection 
Act. 

The Commission's application to the Supreme Court of Ontario for an injunc- 
tion limiting the number of picketers was adjourned subject to a rehearing on short 
notice, the Union having undertaken to advise all its chief stewards and picket 
captains on the legal restrictions on picketing activity. The Commission as one item 
on its bargaining agenda had requested the acceptance of a mutual protection 
clause, which had been included in a prior agreement. This would safeguard 
employees against reprisals for actions which, though they may have been question- 
able from one point of view, could be looked upon as permissible under the stress 
of the strike situation. The Union's prosecution of the Commission on grounds that 
the Commission's insistence on this point was interference in Union affairs was 
adjourned until January 1973. 

When in mid October there were strong indications of the possibility that com- 
pulsory arbitration would be imposed by the Government of Ontario, both parties 
voluntarily agreed on October 19 to submit their seemingly irreconcilable differ- 
ences to arbitration by a three-member board of their own choosing, and virtually 
all Union employees returned to work. Among the 32 items subject to arbitration, 
the major issues are related to proposed variations in the wage adjustments accorded 
to operators and to trades and weekly-salaried employees, greater flexibility in 
hours of work for tradesmen, the Union's claim to jurisdiction over certain em- 
ployees now classified as management, and the mutual protection clause. 

The Chairman of the Arbitration Board is Mr. Robert S. MacKay, Q.C., LL.M., 
Dean of the School of Law at the University of Western Ontario, and the Commission 
and Union nominees are respectively Mr. L. Hemsworth and Mr. T. E. Armstrong. 
They are expected to make their report early in 1973. 

At the end of the year, there were applications in process both by the Oil, 
Chemical, and Atomic Workers Union and by the Canadian Union of Operating 
Engineers for certification to represent employees at three thermal-electric generat- 



36 Staff 

ing stations where the Canadian Union of Public Employees is now the collective 
representative. 



Staff statistics 

To meet requirements of employee replacements, as well as demands for new 
activities, approximately 5,200 persons were engaged during the year, 162 to fill 
management and professional positions, 848 for technical and clerical positions, 
and the remainder for temporary and casual employment. The total number of 
persons engaged during the year is comparable with over 7,700 in 1971. 

The average number of employees on the Commission staff in 1972 was 22,582, 
consisting of 17,137 regular and 5,445 temporary employees. 



Training and development 

During the first six months of 1972 common programs for supervisory staff 
provided training for 474 Commission employees and 55 employees from municipal 
electrical utilities. 

The program for identifying and developing potential senior managers con- 
tinued in 1972, with 58 candidates participating. Since the inception of the pro- 
gram, 233 persons had participated up to the end of 1972. 

A total of 695 employees received technical and trades training, parts of the 
forestry and electrical maintenance training for learners being supplied by com- 
munity colleges. Some 176 employees from electrical utilities received lineman- 
learner training, and 113 Commission employees participated in programs for 
developing other skills. Courses, meetings, seminars, and short-term activities 
required operation of the Conference and Development Centre near Orangeville at 
its optimum level of 85 per cent of capacity until June, when the strike disrupted 
normal operations. 

Research activities were maintained during the year both for the assessment of 
current activities and in preparation for the future. They included a review of the 
effectiveness of staff-selection procedures, an analysis of staff response to new types 
of office arrangement, an assessment of nuclear-operator performance, and an 
evaluation of the costs and benefits of training programs. 



Health and safety 

The control of general industrial hazards remains a subject of prime importance. 
The hearing-protection program was continued in thermal-electric stations, and for 
forestry staff in the Regions. With the assistance of research and design staff, guide- 
lines specifying acceptable noise levels for future generating stations have been 
devised. Protective measures have also been developed for the handling of mercury in 



Accident Prevention 37 

thermal-electric stations. The concentration of various chemicals in oil mists used 
by foresters was investigated. Some progress has been achieved in the program to 
reduce the use of asbestos insulating materials and to control the associated inhala- 
tion hazard. The four-month strike unfortunately resulted in loss of contact with a 
number of employees under treatment for alcohol addiction. 

Under the rigorously controlled conditions laid down for the operation of 
nuclear-electric stations, the outstanding technical performance of Pickering GS 
has been matched by a highly gratifying accident-free performance. Protective 
measures and procedures were revised and extended to ensure that this level of 
performance is maintained. 

For the more effective protection of the operating staff at nuclear-electric sta- 
tions, a mobile whole-body counter was assembled, and a routine counting service 
was begun for the identification of hidden radionuclides in or on the body. A 
computer-based records program was established at each of three operating sta- 
tions. In external dosimetry a system based on thermo-luminescent dosimeters is 
under study. 

The measurement of general environmental effects of nuclear-electric operations 
is dependent on the application of specific factors to the quantities of radioactive 
substances emitted by a station. A standard procedure which will be applicable to 
all stations has been developed for this purpose. The full implementation of such a 
standard will await the Atomic Energy Control Board's approval of sites and power 
supplies at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development and the transfer of some activities 
from the Chalk River Laboratory to the Central Health Physics group at Pickering 
GS Laboratory when that becomes available. 



Accident prevention 

The frequency rate of disabling injuries, declined in 1972 from 10 to 9 per 
million man-hours worked, and showed a slightly greater improvement over the 
average of 10.4 for the preceding five years. The Regions had a frequency rate of 
4 as compared with 5 for 1971, setting a new record. Western Region achieved the 
commendable goal of no disabling injuries for the year. The severity rate, which is 
based on the statistical allocation of a stipulated number of lost hours to specified 
types of accident fell from 1000 to 700, in part reflecting a decline in the number 
of fatal accidents from 5 in 1971 to 2 in 1972. The motor vehicle accident rate per 
million miles driven was unchanged at 10. 



Employee relations 

Under an amendment to the Labour Relations Act proclaimed in 1971, bar- 
gaining units of employee professional engineers may apply for certification under 
the Act. In 1972, however, the Society of Ontario Hydro Professional Engineers 
and Associates, which represents 1,200 members of the engineering and scientific 



38 Staff 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS 

as at December 31, 1972 

(with comparative figures for 1971) 

1972 1971 



$ '000 $ '000 
Investments 

Federal and provincial government and government-guaranteed bonds 140,427 146,932 

Corporate bonds 44,104 42,103 

Corporate shares 113,242 86,448 



Total bonds and shares 297,773 275,483 

First mortgages 86,538 76,564 



Total investments 384,311 352,047 

Cash 135 320 

Accrued interest 4,871 3,669 

Receivable from (payable to) The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario 9,982 (196) 

Receivable from employees 609 — 



399,908 355,840 



Notes 

1. The most recent actuarial valuation of the pension plan was made as at December 31, 1970, 
in compliance with the requirements of The Pension Benefits Act 1965. This valuation indi- 
cated that the plan had an unfunded liability of approximately $32,000,000. Current con- 
tributions have been made on a basis sufficient to meet actuarial requirements, and include 
an amount sufficient to recover the unfunded liability within the period of time required by 
The Pension Benefits Act 1965. 

2. In the above statement of assets, bonds are included at amortized cost, shares at cost, and 
first mortgages at balance of principal outstanding. At December 31, 1972 the par value of 
federal and provincial government and government-guaranteed bonds was $143,497,000, and 
the par value of corporation bonds was $43,692,000. The market value of total bonds and 
shares was $310,873,000. 



AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the statement of assets of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario Pension and 
Insurance Fund as at December 31, 1972. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and 
such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the fund as at December 31, 1972. 

Toronto, Canada CLARKSON. GORDON & CO. 

April 10, 1973 Chartered Accountants 



Employee Relations 39 

staff, chose rather to retain its present informal agreement with the Commission, 
having gained Commission acceptance for including therein provisions for third 
party involvement. The agreement as modified now provides for arbitration of unre- 
solved issues relating to salary schedules, and for mediation of other points in 
dispute. 

The scope of employee benefits is under constant review. In view of the varied 
insurance requirements of employees in general, and the changing requirements of 
any one employee over the period of a working career, the group life insurance 
plan was amended during 1972 to give each employee some choice in selecting 
insurance coverage. This can now be obtained in amounts equivalent either to 
annual base earnings, or to two or three times annual base earnings. 



APPENDIX I— OPERATIONS 



The table of power resources and requirements on pages 44 and 45 gives the 
primary peak requirements for the month of December and the dependable peak 
capacity of the Commission's resources at that time. A separate table on pages 42 
and 43 gives the December dependable peak capacity and the maximum output of 
major Commision-owned generating stations and of the major sources of purchased 
power. Any comparison of total requirements and resources should make allowance 
for that part of total requirements that may be interrupted over the peak period under 
contract terms accepted by the customer. In 1972 this was approximately 198,500 
kilowatts. The margin of reserve capacity shown should be viewed with this in mind, 
as well as the conservative basis on which capacities are calculated. See the note on 
dependable peak capacity on page 43. 

Statistics on peak loads and capacities are given in the Report in kilowatts. They 
may be converted to horsepower by multiplying by 1.34, one horsepower being 
equivalent to approximately 0.746 kilowatts. 

The Analysis of Energy Sales on pages 46 and 47 shows how the kilowatt hours 
made available by the Commission and the associated municipal utilities were dis- 
tributed to the various classes of ultimate customers or to interconnected systems. 
The table on the disposal of energy by the Commission reconciles these figures with 
system primary energy requirements and the total energy generated and purchased 
by the Commission. 

41 



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Appendix I - Operations 
THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES — 1972 



River Hydro- Electric Generating Stations 

Niagara ttSir Adam Beck- Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck- Niagara No. 2 

Pumping - Generating Station 

tOntario Power 

tToronto Power 

Welland Canal DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to capacity of Niagara River 
Stations, an allowance for use of water 
diverted to Ontario Hydro from the plant 
of another producer 

St. Lawrence Robert H. Saunders - St. Lawrence 

Ottawa Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Madawaska Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

Abitibi tfAbitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Mississagi Aubrey Falls 

George W. Rayner 

Wells 

Red Rock Falls 

Mattagami Kipling 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Montreal Lower Notch 

Various Other hydro-electric generating stations 

J Adjustment for diversity 

Sub total East System component 

Nipigon Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

English Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Kaministikwia Silver Falls 

Winnipeg Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon Aguasabon 

Various Other hydro-electric generating stations 

t Adjustment for diversity 

Sub total West System component 

Total hydro-electric generation 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



kW 



420,000 

1,292,000 

108,000 



75,000 

833.000 

367,000 

193,000 

108,000 

73,000 

164,000 
172,000 
168,000 

226,000 
177,000 

158,000 
46,000 

229,000 
40,000 

142.000 
125.000 
125.000 

245,000 

137,200 
64,800 



5,538.000 



114.800 
75,100 
62,400 

73.600 
59,800 

45,700 

51,300 

46,100 

29.400 
20.900 



579.100 



6,117,100 



Maximum 
Output* 



kW 



413,000 

,318,500 

84,000 

98,000 

26,000 

25,900 
134,000 



885,000 

376,000 

213.000 

119.000 

81,750 

162.000 

89,000 

168,000 

188,000 
173,400 

139,000 
41,000 

235,000 
40,320 

145,000 
132,000 
140,000 

260.000 

135.630 



128,000 
76.800 
65,000 

78,000 
69,000 

48,000 

60,500 

45,500 

40,000 



Annual Energy 
Output (Net)* 



kWh 



3,048,908.240 

9,205.861.800 

122,566,800 

659.180.000 

94,492.135 

82.224,640 
999,714,100 



7,087,962,000 

2,394,212,400 

1,145,026,900 

807,072,000 

601,157,000 

397,673.700 
399.525.200 
419.682,000 

1,291,866.150 
689.460,300 

192,819,700 

19,002.050 

415.675.700 

204,050,000 

673.501,800 
590,244,200 
684,748,800 

395,302,700 

918.583,510 



33.295,380,225 



956.709.000 
607,230.000 
497,553,000 

571,823,900 
460,876,700 

209,808,000 

399,852,200 

328,953,330 

289,039,100 



4.321.845.230 



37.617,225,455 



The Commission's Power Resources 
THE COMMISSION'S POWER RESOURCES — 1972 



43 





Dependable 
Capacity* 


Maximum 
Output* 


Annual Energy 
Output (Net)* 


Location Thermal-Electric Generating Stations 

Courtright Lambton 

Windsor J. Clark Keith 


kW 

2,040,000 
264,000 


kW 

2,040,000 

251.000 
525,000 

2,010,000 
1,140,000 

1,615,000 

20.550 

239,200 


kWh 

10,229,152,000 
507.727,100 




399,071,000 


Toronto Lakeview 

Richard L. Hearn 

Pickering Pickering (Nuclear) 


2,300,000 
1,200,000 

1,542,000 

22,000 

358,500 


10,489,099,000 
4.114,197,800 

5,737,549,000 

56.644,000 




47,668,635 








7.726,500 




31,581,108,535 








Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 


100,000 
29.000 


96.000 
26.000 


161,626,000 




5,875,100 








129,000 




167,501,100 










7,855,500 
206,000 




31,748,609,635 


Sources of Purchased Power 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited- Douglas Point 


174.000 
288.000 
620,000 
34.000 
150,000 
1,165,500 


323,935,499 
582,433.000 






975.136,000 






19.664,000 






183,170.000 


ttQuebec Hydro-Electric Commission 

Dow Chemical 


187,000 


7,447,130,200 
171,120,000 






44,800 
79,529 
34,988 


68,598,752 


Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited 

Miscellaneous (relatively small suppliers) 


5,400 
1,200 


350,541,629 
23,689,840 




399.600 




10.145,418,920 








Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board 


50.000 


138,000 
11.000 


481,062.528 




1,274,000 










50.000 




482,336.528 








Total generated 


13,972,600 
449,600 




69,365,835,090 


Total purchased 




10,627,755,448 








Total generated and purchased 


14,422,200 


79,993,590,538 









* The power capacity and output reported in this table are the 20-minute peaks for the month of December. Since the 
various maximum outputs are not coincident in time, their sum is not the peak load of the system. 

The annual energy output is the net output of a generating station or the total received from a supplier. 
tt 25 and 60 Hertz, 
t 25 Hertz. 

t Adjustment to reconcile the sum of the plant capacities with the calculated capacity of the East System and West 
System components, each considered as a whole. 



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Appendix I — Operations 
POWER RESOURCES AND REQUIREMENTS 





Total System 




1971 


1972 


Net Increase 
or Decrease 


Dependable Peak Capacity* 

Generated - Hydro-electric 

- Thermal-electric 


kW 

6,257,600 
7,308,500 


kW 

6.117,100 
7,855,500 


kW % 

140,500 2.2 
547.000 7.5 




13,566,100 
375,000 


13,972.600 
449,600 


406,500 3.0 


Purchased 


74.600 19.9 




13,941,100 

2,406,572 

11,534,528 

20.9 


14,422,200 

1,683,224 

12.738,976 

13.2 


481,100 3.5 


Reserve 


723,348 30.1 
1,204.448 10.4 











ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY 


THE COMMISSION 






1971 


1972 


Increase 

or 
Decrease 


East System Component 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric 


k^ 

30,288,059,583 
28.009,475,940 


Vh 

63,397,652,556 
4,087,029,115 


kl 

33,295,380,225 
31,581,108,535 


Nh. 

68,487,165,371 
6,496,464,789 


per cent 

9.9 
12.8 


Total generated 


58,297,535,523 

8,824,681,348 

362,464,800 


64,876,488,760 

10,145,418,920 

38,277,520 


11.3 


Purchased 

Transferred in or out 

Primary 

Secondary 


15.0 

8.0 
59.0 


Total 


67,484,681,671 


67,484,681,671 


74,983,630,160 


74,983,630,160 


11.1 


West System Component 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal -electric 


4,555,393,300 
278,129,120 


4,736,035,785 



4.321.845,230 
167,501,100 


5,009,745,378 
215,000 


5.1 
39 8 








4,833,522.420 
264,978,165 
362,464,800 


4,489,346,330 

482,336,528 

38,277,520 


7 1 


Purchased 

Transferred in or out 

Primary 

Secondary 


82.0 
5.8 


Total 


4,736,035,785 


4,736,035,785 


5,009,960,378 


5,009,960,378 


5.8 


Total System 

Generated (net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal -electric 


34,843,452,883 
28,287,605,060 


68,133,688,341 
4,087,029,115 


37,617,225,455 
31,748,609,635 


73,496,910,749 
6,496,679,789 


8.0 
12 2 








63,131,057,943 
9.089.659.513 


69,365,835,090 
10,627,755,448 


9 9 


Purchased 

Primary 

Secondary 


16.9 

7.9 

59.0 


Total 


72,220,717,456 


72,220,717,456 


79,993,590,538 


79,993,590,538 


10.8 



Note: Thermal-electric generation includes conventional, nuclear, and 
component, and conventional, combustion-turbine, and diesel-electric 



combustion-turbine units in the East System 
units in the West System component. 



Tower Resources and Requirements 
DECEMBER 1971 AND 1972 



45 



East System Component 


West System Component 


1971 


1972 


1971 


1972 


kW 

5,679.000 
7,179,500 


kW 

5,538,000 
7,726,500 


kW 

578,600 
129,000 


kW 

579.100 
129.000 


12.858,500 
375,000 


13,264,500 
399,600 


707,600 


708,100 
50,000 






13,233,500 

2,363,072 

10,870,428 

21.7 


13,664,100 

1,659,124 

12,004,976 

13.8 


707,600 

20,800 

686,800 

3.0 


758,100 

4,700 

753,400 

0.6 



* The capacities shown are those available for a twenty-minute period at the time of the system primary peak demand 
in December, the capacity of purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchase contract. Require- 
ments shown are the maximum peaks for December for each of the East System and the West System components, 
together with a coincident value for the entire system. The coincident value, however, is not the sum of the System 
component maximum requirements, which occur at different times. Some part of the East System requirements 
is subject to interruption over the peak period in accordance with contract terms accepted by customers, the total 
load subject to possible interruption at the time of the 1972 peak being 198,500 kW. 



DISPOSAL OF ENERGY BY THE COMMISSION 

1972 



Primary 
kWh 

Sales to Municipalities 45 ,950,483 ,8 10f 

Sales to Direct Customers 11,681,651,634 

- Utilities for Resale 1,857, 199, 168t 

Sub-total 59,489,334,612 

Retail Sales 

In Towns and Villages 334,896,500 

In Rural Areas 8,682,904,200 

- Utilities for Resale 50,752, 100t 

Sub-total 9,068,552,800 

Total Commission Sales 68,557,887,412 

Distribution Losses and Unaccounted for 785,042,100 

Transmission Losses and Unaccounted for 4,153,981,337* 

Total Primary Demand and Secondary Load Carried 73,496,910,849 



Secondary 
kWh 


Total 

kWh 

45,950,483,810 


248,620,944 
6,229,205.900 


11,930,272,578 
8,086,405,068 


6,477,826,844 


65,967,161,456 




334,896,500 




8,682,904,200 




50,752,100 








9,068,552,800 






6,477,826,844 


75,035,714,256 
785,042,100 


18,852,845* 


4,172,834,182* 


6,496,679,689 


79,993,590,538 



* The allocation of total transmission losses to primary and secondary loads is estimated. 
t The three quantities of primary energy thus indicated, amounting in total to 47,858,778 kWh, 
municipal and other utilities for resale. 



were delivered to 



46 



Appendix I - Operations 



ANALYSIS OF 

by the Commission and Associated 





Sales by Associated 

Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 

Listed in 

Statement A 


Ultimate Use: 
Residential Service 

Continuous Occupancy... 


kWh 
13,775,879,806 


Intermittent Occupancy .. 








Total sales residential-type service 

Commercial service .. 


13,775,879,806 
10,964,053,949 


Industrial power service - primary 

-secondary 

Farm 


19,190,261,946 




Street lighting .... 


482,795,970 


Unclassified as to ultimate use: 

To utilities for resale - primary 

-secondary 








Total sales to ultimate customers and for resale 


44,412,991,671 


Adjustments : 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for — M.E.U 


1,823,328,819 


Generated by M.E.U. listed in Statement "A" 

Purchased by M.E.U. listed in Statement "A" from sources other than the 
Commission 


(236,966,680) 
(48,870,000) 






Commission sales to municipalities and to direct and retail customers 


45,950,483,810 


Distribution losses and unaccounted for - Commission 




Transmission losses and unaccounted for - Commission 




Generated and purchased by the Commission 









* Includes those direct customers who were formerly classed as Retail Special with loads under 5,000 kW. 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



47 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities during 1972 



Sales by The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 




To Retail Customers 


To Direct 
Customers 




In Certain Towns 

and Villages 

Served by Commission 

Distribution Facilities 


In Rural 
Areas* 


Total 


kWh 
186,598,300 


kWh 

3,071,166,100 
289,627,100 


kWh 


kWh 
17,033,644,206 






289,627,100 








186,598,300 


3,360,793,200 

897,987,100 

2,680,510,300 




17,323,271,306 


122,251,800 




11,984,292,849 


21,197,900 


11,681,651,634 
248,620,944 


33,573,621,780 
248,620,944 




1,708,195,100 
35,418,500 

50,752,100 


1,708,195,100 


4,848,500 




523,062,970 




1,857,199,168 
6,229,205,900 


1,907,951,268 




6,229,205,900 








334,896,500 


8,733,656,300 


20,016,677,646 


73,498,222,117 
1,823,328,819 








(236,966,680) 
(48,870,000) 
















334,896,500 
21,053,400 


8,733,656,300 
745,583,700 


20,016,677,646 
18,405,000 


75,035,714,256 

785,042,100 

4,172,834,182 








79,993,590,538 











48 



Appendix I — Operations 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 

Classified by Voltages and Types of Supporting Structures 





Line Route Miles 


Circuit Miles 




At Dec. 31, 
1972 


At Dec. 31, 
1971 


At Dec. 31, 
1972 


At Dec. 31, 
1971 


500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower... 
345,000-volt steel tower 


435 

3 

4,440 

621 

2 

2,237 

2,830 

48 

162 

8 

7,308 


435 

3 

4,357 

400 

2 

2,246 

2,881 

47 

162 

8 

7,231 


435 

3 

6,468 

621 

4 

3,716 

2,843 

90 

162 

8 

7,975 


435 
3 


230,000-volt aluminum or steel tower... 

230,000-volt wood pole 

230,000-volt underground 


6,333 
400 

4 


115,000-volt steel tower 


3,736 


115,000-volt wood pole 


2,894 


115,000-volt underground 


86 


69,000-volt wood pole 

60,000-volt steel tower or wood pole... 
44,000-volt and less, wood and steel... 


162 

8 

7,854 


Total 


18,094 


17,772* 


22,325 


21,915* 



Revised to include rural distribution feeders. 



APPENDIX II— FINANCE 

Table of Financial Statements 

Statement of Operations 13 

Balance Sheet 14 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates and Contingencies 16 

Equities Accumulated through Debt Retirement Charges 16 

Source and Application of Funds 18 

Notes to Financial Statements 19 

Bonds Payable 21 

Fixed Assets in Service and under Construction 50 

Accumulated Depreciation 52 

Frequency Standardization Account 53 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power to Municipalities 54 

Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power - All Customers 73 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities through Debt Retirement Charges 74 



49 



50 



Appendix 11 - Finance 



FIXED 

for the Year Ended 





In 




Balance 

December 31, 

1971 


Changes 




Placed 

in 
Service 


Relocated 

and 
Reclassified 


Power Supply Facilities 
Generating stations 

Thermal-electric - conventional 

-nuclear 

— combustion turbine 


$ '000 

770,565 

149,241 

39,632 


$ '000 

147,240 

170,806 

331 


$ '000 
(45) 






Total thermal-electric 


959,4,38 
1,580,411 


318,377 
5,416 


(45) 


Hydro-electric 


(18) 


Total generating stations 

Transformer stations 


2,539,849 

539,780 

571,509 

33,814 

450,785 


323,793 

53,094 

61,044 

4,501 

29,650 


(63) 
(186) 


Transmission lines 

Communication equipment 


(98) 
15 


Retail distribution facilities 


307 






Total power supply facilities 


4,135,737 


472,082 


(25) 






Administration and Service Facilities 

Land and buildings 


47,671 
102,886 


3,820 
10,250 


25 


Office and service equipment 




Total administration and service facilities 


150,557 


14,070 


25 


Total Fixed Assets 


4,286,294 


486,152 









Fixed assets under construction 

Balance at December 31, 1971 

Add expenditure 

Deduct placed in service 

Balance at December 31, 1972 



$ '000 

776,097 
562,148 

1,338,245 
486,152 

852,093 



Fixed Assets 



51 



ASSETS 

December 31, 1972 



Service 


Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1972 


Total 

December 31, 

1972 




during Year 


Balance 

December 31, 

1972 




Retired 


Expenditures 

during 

1972 


$ '000 

• (80) 
2 
(2) 


$ '000 

917,725 

320,049 

39,916 


$ '000 

348,024 
374,842 


$ '000 

1,265,749 

694,891 

39,916 


$ '000 

176,488 

217,445 

170 








(80) 
(1,513) 


1,277,690 
1,584,296 


722,866 
12,508 


2,000,556 
1,596,804 


394,103 
10,723 


(1,593) 

(5,288) 

(2,799) 

(313) 

(4,557) 


2,861,986 

587,400 

629,656 

38,017 

476,185 


735,374 

50,117 

46,044 

4,183 

6,916 


3,597,360 

637,517 

675,700 

42,200 

483,101 


404,826 

54,348 

49,362 

4,453 

33,062 


(14,550) 


4,593,244 


842,634 


5,435,878 


546,051 


(46) 
(6,246) 


51,470 
106,890 


9,459 


60,929 
106,890 


5,847 
10,250 








(6,292) 


158,360 


9,459 


167,819 


16,097 


(20,842) 


4,751,604 


852,093 


5,603,697 


562,148 



Disposition of fixed assets retired during 1972 

$ '000 

Cost of fixed assets retired 20,842 

Deduct proceeds from sales 3,308 

Net charge to accumulated depreciation 17,534 



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Appendix II — Finance 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 





Power Supply Facilities 


Administration 

and Service 

Facilities 






Generation, 

Transformation, 

Transmission, 

and 

Communications 


Retail 
Distribution 


Total 




Land, Buildings, 
and Equipment 




Balance at December 31, 1971 


$ '000 
557,918 

78,530 

56 
(40) 
253 


$ '000 
143,478 

14,957 


$ '000 
60,675 


S '000 
762,071 


Add: 

Provision in the year charged : 

directly to operations 

indirectly to operations and fixed assets 


93,487 


11,032 

7 


11,088 




33 
169 






422 








Deduct: 

Cost of fixed assets retired less proceeds 


636.717 

8,649 
316 


158,637 

4,442 
437 


71,714 
4,443 


867,068 

17,534 


Excess of removal costs over salvage 


753 








Balances at December 31, 1972 


627.752 


153,758 


67,271 


848,781 



Frequency Standardization 



53 



FREQUENCY STANDARDIZATION ACCOUNT 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Balance at beginning of year.. 
Add interest for the year 



Deduct amortization charged to operations: 

Assessments to customers of the former Southern Ontario System as 
follows: 
$3.00 per kilowatt of costing load to all customers in areas which were 

converted to 60-Hertz frequency 

$.50 per kilowatt of costing load to all 60-Hertz customers in other 
areas 



An amount equal to the net revenue on the export of 60-Hertz secondary 
energy from the former Southern Ontario System (excluding amounts 
from interconnection arrangements where it is understood that the 
capacity and/or energy can be repurchased) 



Balance at end of year 




1971 

$ 000 

66,813 

2,408 

69.221 



18.027 

1,076 

19,103 

1.222 



20.325 



48,896 



54 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte * 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft * 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth. 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



kW 
6,472.1 
567.4 
15,442.5 
5,145.7 
1,346.6 

4,679.7 
3,405.6 
418.1 
7,331.0 
3,255.2 

224.5 

387.4 

9,043.7 

2,150.5 

947.7 

4,156.7 

13,340.8 

192.0 

6,862.6 

1,669.1 

1,301.0 

2,381.0 

45,399.8 

1,202.2 

742.5 

525.0 
3,446.3 
3,325.8 
2,077.2 

900.2 

2.490.6 

41,237.5 

1,317.1 

3,002.3 

740.6 

1,221.6 

1,943.3 

3,492.0 

780.9 

13.705.3 



Energy 



mWh 
37,159.4 

3,134.5 
93,650.5 
30,503.0 

7,494.4 

28,717.9 
18,454.2 
2,170.4 
46,818.6 
18,025.3 

1.166.4 
2,177.9 

58,859.2 

12,097.0 

5,754.8 

25,543.7 
80,135.1 

1,013.6 
37,223.0 

8,895.9 

6,469.7 

12,708.9 

275,181.3 

6,600.1 

3,967.4 

2,962.1 
24,573.4 
19,006.4 
12,698.9 

5,332.0 

14,646.3 
252,044.2 

7,137.9 
17,124.1 

4,076.3 

6,427.2 
11,301.9 
21,008.0 

4,376.8 
77,230.4 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



$ 
243,566 

21,352 
581,154 
193.650 

50,678 

176,113 
128,166 
15,735 
275,888 
122,505 

8,448 

14,580 

340,344 

80,930 

35,665 

156,431 

502,058 

7,226 

258,263 

62,814 

48,960 
89,605 
1,708.545 
45.244 
27,942 

19,758 

129,696 

125,161 

78,172 

33,877 

93,729 
1,551,904 
49,567 
112,986 
27,871 

45.972 
73,134 

131,415 
29,389 

515.776 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



$ 
18.794 

1,617 
44,842 
14,829 

3,838 

13,589 
9.889 
1,192 

21,288 
9,452 

640 

1.104 

25.927 

6,245 

2,701 

11,848 

38,739 

547 

19,754 

4,780 

3,736 
6.815 
131,832 
3,427 
2,116 

1,524 
10,007 
9,658 
6,032 
2,566 

7,132 
119,745 
3,799 
8,702 
2,151 

3,482 
5,539 

10.140 
2.226 

39,797 



Stage II 



1.781 



6.626 
4,226 



1,312 



705 

1,216 

19,642 



2,974 



13,046 



603 
10,177 
3,969 

2,452 
5,856 



3,773 
2,330 



2,825 



5,875 



1,498 
939 



3,834 
6.099 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



788 



6,098 
1,339 



1,135 
2,762 



2,004 



2.594 
3,290 



3,118 



1,060 
297 

91 
56 



941 

343 

1,024 

537 

275 



1.040 
206 



Frequency 
Standard- 
ization 
(Note 4) 



* See note 8, page 72. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



55 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 





Energy @ 


Cost of 












Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(26*,998) 


102,188 


357,754 


357.059 


695 


43.66 


55.28 


9.63 


(2.749) 


8.620 


32.323 


32,236 


87 


46.62 


56.97 


10.31 


(24,137) 


257,539 


873,217 


871,797 


1,420 


41.43 


56.55 


9.32 


(12,898) 


83,883 


290,002 


293,086 


(3,084) 


42.56 


56.36 


9.51 


(2,091) 


20,610 


77,934 


78.840 


(906) 


44.12 


57.87 


10.40 


(13,075) 


78,974 


259,076 


260.502 


(1.426) 


41.28 


55.36 


9.02 


(7,624) 


50,749 


185,645 


185.478 


167 


41.85 


54.51 


10.06 


(2.774) 


5.969 


22,688 


22.659 


29 


46.62 


54.26 


10.45 


(22,601) 


128,751 


427.323 


426,586 


737 


43.81 


58.29 


9.13 


(10.917) 


49,570 


180.376 


180,260 


116 


43.54 


55.41 


10.01 


(844) 


3,208 


12.269 


12,528 


(259) 


44.12 


54.65 


10.52 


(2.111) 


5,989 


21.940 


22,133 


(193) 


46.62 


56.63 


10.07 


(22,456) 


161,863 


532,436 


530,412 


2,024 


43.46 


58.87 


9.05 


(5.493) 


33,267 


119,314 


119,562 


(248) 


42.57 


55.48 


9.86 


(2,845) 


15,826 


54,795 


54,999 


(204) 


44.12 


57.82 


9.52 


(15,085) 


70.245 


236.485 


237,703 


(1.218) 


43.62 


56.89 


9.26 


(24,865) 


220.372 


779,444 


773,276 


6,168 


43.77 


58.43 


9.73 


(586) 


2,787 


10,673 


10,941 


(268) 


44.13 


55.59 


10.53 


(22,176) 


102,363 


390,029 


391,324 


(1.295) 


45.15 


56.83 


10.48 


(4,990) 


24,464 


96,341 


96,927 


(586) 


46.05 


57.72 


10.83 


(6.466) 


17,792 


70,468 


70.961 


(493) 


45.46 


54.16 


10.89 


(5.171) 


34,949 


133,301 


134,908 


(1.607) 


43.48 


55.99 


10.49 


(95,427) 


756,749 


2,524,399 


2,496,779 


27,620 


41.04 


55.60 


9.17 


(2,148) 


18,150 


69,047 


69,279 


(232) 


44.12 


57.43 


10.46 


(1.772) 


10,910 


41,897 


40,668 


1,229 


44.12 


56.43 


10.56 


(1.270) 


8,146 


28,421 


27,927 


494 


41.04 


54.14 


9.59 


(12,840) 


67.577 


205,720 


205,921 


(201) 


43.81 


59.69 


8.37 


(8.940) 


52,268 


188,467 


188,480 


(13) 


43.64 


56.67 


9.92 


(6,816) 


34,922 


114,373 


112.727 


1,646 


41.53 


55.06 


9.01 


(3,762) 


14,663 


51,156 


51,351 


(195) 


44.72 


56.83 


9.59 


(5.259) 


40,277 


149,501 


148,470 


1,031 


45.97 


60.03 


10.21 


(115.778) 


693,122 


2,269,612 


2,269,084 


528 


41.04 


55.04 


9.00 


(2.288) 


19,629 


76,156 


76,426 


(270) 


44.65 


57.82 


10.67 


(11.004) 


47,091 


167,721 


166.752 


969 


43.84 


55.86 


9.79 


(2.789) 


11,210 


38,813 


39,000 


(187) 


41.04 


52.41 


9.52 


(4.219) 


17,675 


70,409 


71,231 


(822) 


46.62 


57.64 


10.95 


(3.876) 


31,080 


113,988 


114,490 


(502) 


44.66 


58.66 


10.09 


(6,775) 


57,772 


203.234 


204,733 


(1,499) 


43.60 


58.20 


9.67 


(3.263) 


12,036 


45,182 


44,278 


904 


46.62 


57.86 


10.32 


(39,918) 


212.384 


734,892 


729,367 


5,525 


41.04 


53.62 


9.52 



56 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Frequency 
Standard- 
ization 
(Note 4) 



Bracebridge * 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford * 

Campbell ville 

Cannington..^. 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman. 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 



kW 
2,671.5 
3,405.0 
2,130.8 
50,246.9 
74,558.7 

17,945.5 

330.0 

1,749.6 

386.7 

3,154.3 

27,640.7 
951.4 

1,081.1 
343.0 

1,320.0 

91,445.0 

490.5 

1,964.2 

2,949.9 

228.7 

1,163.4 
3,189.9 
1,141.9 
5,690.3 
1,543.5 

977.7 

683.0 

2,924.8 

43,954.2 

414.8 

1,745.0 
2,206.0 
2,551.4 
600.7 
3,118.7 

987.0 

19,407.9 

5.341.8 

1,892.9 

1,129.5 



mWh 

12,099.9 

21,808.8 

11,693.8 

296,583.6 

458,638.4 

98,528.9 
1,652.8 

10,934.9 
1,995.2 

18,997.7 

170,062.0 
5,185.6 
6,440.7 
1,611.8 
7,528.8 

534,627.4 

2,719.1 

11,261.2 

12,058.3 

1,192.7 

6,824.0 
18,792.0 

6,392.5 
32,114.9 

8,000.4 

5,806.9 

4,189.9 

16,212.0 

264,363.6 

2,244.8 

10,175.5 
11,786.5 
14,314.9 
3,356.9 
17,713.7 

5,336.6 

117,052.8 

30,968.4 

11,400.0 

5,813.7 



$ 

100,536 

128,142 

80,189 

1.890.957 

2.805.891 

675,350 
12,419 
65,843 
14,553 

118,707 

1,040,210 
35,804 
40,685 
12,907 
49,677 

3,441,378 

18,459 

73,921 

111,014 

8,607 

43,783 
120,044 

42.974 
214,145 

58,087 

36,794 

25,704 

110,071 

1,654,142 

15,610 

65,671 
83,019 
96,017 
22,607 
117.367 

37.143 

730,385 

201,030 

71,236 

42,507 



$ 

7,758 

9,887 

6,175 

145,901 

216,503 

51,895 

941 

5,080 

1,102 

9,160 

80,225 

2,712 

3,082 

978 

3,833 

265,128 

1,424 

5,599 

8,566 

652 

3,378 
9,262 
3,255 
16,421 
4,400 

2,787 
1,984 
8,337 
127,634 
1,182 

5,067 

6,288 
7,317 
1,712 
9,056 

2,866 

56,356 

285 

5,395 

3,236 



738 



12,639 
1,036 



1,214 



2,986 
3,393 
1,077 



24,051 

6,165 

718 



3,584 
5,986 
4,844 

3,069 

9,180 

1,302 



6,924 
5,384 
1,885 



5,941 
2,555 



$ 
3,816 



344 



16,414 



264 



81,226 



5,952 



1,145 
533 



74 



166 



582 



8,702 



♦See note 8, page 72. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



57 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 



Return 

on Equity 

(Note 5) 



Energy @ 

2.75 Mills 

per kWh 

(Note 6) 



Cost of 

Primary 

Power 

Allocated 



Amounts 

Billed at 

Interim Rates 



Balance 
(Refunded) 
or Charged 



Demand 

Cost 
(Note 7) 



Total Cost of 
Primary Power 



$ 

(2,331) 

(9,622) 

(4,895) 

(94,561) 

(300,836) 

(29,531) 
(1,141) 
(4,888) 
(2.214) 
(8.532) 

(87,371) 
(4,388) 
(4,742) 
(1,420) 
(2,854) 

(139,247) 
(1,531) 
(7,036) 
(3,500) 
(1,036) 

(4,382) 
(8,196) 
(4,861) 
(24,925) 
(2,878) 

(3,393) 
(1.718) 
(3.677) 
(136,376) 
(1,719) 

(9,374) 
(8,099) 
(7,159) 
(2.560) 
(14,243) 

(2,902) 
(51,164) 
(9,446) 
(5,024) 
(3.852) 



$ 

33,275 

59,974 

32.158 

815.605 

1.261,256 

270.954 
4,545 

30,071 
5,487 

52,244 

467,670 

14,260 

17,712 

4,432 

20,704 

1,470,225 

7,477 

30,968 

33,160 

3,280 

18,766 
51,678 
17,579 
88.316 
22.001 

15,969 

11,522 

44,583 

727,000 

6,173 

27,983 
32,413 
39,366 
9,231 
48,713 

14.676 
321.895 
85.163 
31,350 
15,988 



$ 

144,390 

190,084 

115,774 

2,908,643 

4,206,490 

1,051,558 

17.965 

101.355 

21,302 

173,156 

1,514,554 
54,228 
63,373 
19,267 
72,020 

5,417,096 

25,829 

115,510 

156,667 

12.907 

62,127 
173,933 

63,102 
303,321 

87,226 

58,233 

37,834 

168,494 

2,504,263 

22,755 

90,386 
121,648 
148,579 

34,677 
170,831 

52,277 

1,075,878 

277,032 

109.844 

60,999 



$ 

141,159 

189,779 

115,982 

2,898,812 

4,196,038 

1,034,475 

18,139 

100,131 

21,373 

172,105 

1,505,512 
54,970 
64,266 
19.350 
72,205 

5,416,698 

25,623 

116,725 

156,016 

13,128 

61,706 
172,652 

63,517 
307,610 

88,556 

59,632 

37.707 

168,008 

2,512,065 

23,037 

89,966 
122,116 
149,349 

34,660 
171,202 

52,162 

1,073,767 

275,658 

111,461 

60,116 



$ 

3,231 
305 
(208) 

9,831 
10,452 

17,083 

(174) 

1,224 

(71) 

1.051 

9.042 

(742) 

(893) 

(83) 

(185) 

398 
206 
(1.215) 
651 
(221) 

421 

1,281 

(415) 

(4.289) 

(1.330) 

(1,399) 
127 

486 
(7.802) 

(282) 

420 
(468) 
(770) 
17 
(371) 

115 

2,111 

1,374 

(1.617) 

883 



$ per kW 
42.47 
41.04 
41.54 
43.54 
43.54 

45.14 
44.12 
43.54 
46.62 
41.04 

41.04 
46.62 
46.62 
47.39 
41.04 

44.68 
40.54 
46.62 
43.05 
46.62 

41.04 
40.90 
44.12 
42.16 
44.12 

46.70 
41.04 
43.62 
43.54 
44.12 

41.13 
44.12 
45.61 
46.62 
43.72 

41.04 
41.49 
37.69 
44.12 
43.26 



$ per kW 
54.05 
55.82 
54.33 
57.89 
56.42 

58.60 
54.44 
57.93 
55.09 
54.90 

54.79 
57.00 
58.62 
56.17 
54.56 

59.24 
52.66 
58.81 
53.11 
56.44 

53.40 
54.53 
55.26 
53.30 
56.51 

59.56 
55.39 
57.61 
56.97 
54.86 

51.80 
55.14 
58.23 
57.73 
54.78 

52.97 
55.44 
51.86 
58.03 
54.01 



Mills 
per kWh 

11.93 
8.72 
9.90 
9.81 
9.17 

10.67 
10.87 

9.27 
10.68 

9.11 

8.91 
10.46 

9.84 
11.95 

9.57 

10.13 
9.50 
10.26 
12.99 
10.82 

9.10 
9.26 
9.87 
9.44 
10.90 

10.03 
9.03 

10.39 
9.47 

10.14 

8.88 
10.32 
10.38 
10.33 

9.64 

9.80 
9.19 
8.95 
9.64 
10.49 



58 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Frequency 
Standard- 
ization 
(Note 4) 



Collingwood 

Comber. 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 
Fergus 



kW 

17,887.6 

566.6 

2,018.6 

814.2 

448.8 

363.7 
951.2 
406.0 
6,249.2 
377.0 

4,025.5 

1,893.8 

792.4 

763.6 

3,309.4 

343.4 

6,002.4 

386.2 

1,348.3 

16,366.8 

5,825.3 

2,592.6 

585.4 

102,055.2 

1,177.6 

8,037.2 
1,350.0 

276.3 
2,155.4 

672.1 

1,759.3 

716.0 

144.7 

1,761.6 

5,214.1 

3,766.8 
367,181.3 
3,924.5 
2,119.0 
9,923.9 



mWh 

110,176.9 

2.746.7 

11,402.9 

4,636.8 

2,515.0 

2,038.0 
4,985.3 
2,164.6 
36,865.6 
2,044.8 

21,811.1 

12,151.2 

4,577.2 

4,095.4 

18,297.8 

1,851.9 

36,032.3 

1,864.4 

8,190.0 

95,094.6 

34,864.9 
13,664.1 

3,156.9 
636,159.9 

6,077.4 

47,720.0 
7,832.0 
1.440.7 

12.059.3 
3.741.5 

9,712.0 

3,646.4 

668.8 

10,073.1 

29.598.9 

21,659.4 
2,347.442.7 
22,425.3 
12,637.5 
55,241.5 



$ 

673.169 
21,324 
75,968 
30,642 
16,890 

13.688 
35,795 
15,279 
235,179 
14,188 

151,493 
71,270 
29,820 
28,736 

124,544 

12,923 

225,892 

14,534 

50.742 

615.937 

219,224 

97.568 

22,031 

3,840,676 

44,317 

302,465 
50,805 
10,398 
81,116 
25,294 

66,209 

26,945 

5,446 

66,294 

196,225 

141,757 

13,818,250 

147,691 

79,745 

373,469 



$ 

51,801 
1,615 
5,862 
2,321 
1,279 

1,037 
2,711 
1,157 
18,146 
1,075 

11,689 
5,398 
2,259 
2,177 
9,610 

979 

17,109 

1,101 

3,843 

47,526 

16,915 

7,390 

1,669 

296,347 

3,357 

23,338 

3,848 

788 

6,161 

1,916 

5,015 

2,041 

412 

5,115 

15,141 

10,938 

1,065,960 

11,292 

6,153 

28.817 



8,269 
1.778 



2,555 
1,409 

1,141 
2,985 
1,274 



1,183 



5,944 
2,487 
2,397 



1.078 

18.839 

1.212 

4.232 



8.137 
1.837 



3.696 



4,237 

867 

5,759 

2,109 

5,522 

2,247 

454 



15,097 
6,104 



$ 

2.422 



74 



100 
726 



2,453 



2,579 



854 



31,030 



929 



325 



128 
2,029 

367 

347,189 

617 

4,382 



*See note 8, page 72. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



59 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 





Energy @ 


Cost of 










Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(44,543) 


302,987 


1,003,049 


1,003.893 


(844) 


41.63 


56.08 


9.10 


(3,008) 


7.553 


30,962 


29.796 


1.166 


46.62 


54.65 


11.27 


(3.247) 


31,358 


110,015 


109,789 


226 


40.57 


54.50 


9.65 


(2.292) 


12.751 


46,384 


45,799 


585 


44.12 


56.97 


10.00 


(1.758) 


6,916 


26,082 


26.177 


(95) 


46.62 


58.11 


10.37 


(1,500) 


5,605 


21,062 


21,126 


(64) 


46.62 


57.91 


10.33 


(3,375) 


13,710 


52,302 


52,649 


(347) 


44.12 


54.99 


10.49 


(2.246) 


5,953 


22,635 


22,611 


24 


46.62 


55.75 


10.46 


(11.032) 


101,380 


346,798 


346,241 


557 


41.04 


55.49 


9.41 


(1.432) 


5,623 


21,768 


22,036 


(268) 


46.62 


57.74 


10.65 


(11.592) 


59,981 


223,748 


221,313 


2,435 


43.56 


55.58 


10.26 


(5.711) 


33,416 


111,990 


113.428 


(1.438) 


44.51 


59.14 


9.22 


(2,620) 


12,587 


46,910 


47,228 


(318) 


46.62 


59.20 


10.25 


(3.131) 


11,262 


43,732 


43,416 


316 


46.62 


57.27 


10.68 


(10,567) 


50,319 


186,287 


186,639 


(352) 


44.28 


56.29 


10.18 


(1,803) 


5,093 


19,300 


19,635 


(335) 


46.62 


56.20 


10.42 


(13,506) 


99,089 


350,002 


352,981 


(2.979) 


44.05 


58.31 


9.71 


(1.637) 


5,127 


21,496 


21,871 


(375) 


46.62 


55.66 


11.53 


(4.351) 


22,522 


77.741 


78.205 


(464) 


44.18 


57.66 


9.49 


(48.969) 


261,510 


925.187 


927.473 


(2,286) 


43.54 


56.53 


9.73 


(23,540) 


95,879 


326,808 


328.884 


(2,076) 


43.68 


56.10 


9.37 


(9.895) 


37,576 


142,072 


145.368 


(3,296) 


44.12 


54.80 


10.40 


(3.818) 


8,681 


32,156 


32,291 


(135) 


46.62 


54.93 


10.19 


(316.014) 


1,749,440 


5,907,645 


5.861,084 


46,561 


43.84 


57.89 


9.29 


(2,212) 


16,713 


66,460 


66,915 


(455) 


44.12 


56.44 


10.94 


(25.899) 


131,230 


456,175 


454,735 


1,440 


43.65 


56.76 


9.56 


(4,238) 


21.538 


76,865 


77,076 


(211) 


44.12 


56.94 


9.81 


(1,388) 


3.962 


14,765 


14,943 


(178) 


44.12 


53.44 


10.25 


(7,733) 


33.163 


125,257 


125,947 


(690) 


46.31 


58.11 


10.39 


(2,810) 


10,289 


38,814 


39,216 


(402) 


46.62 


57.75 


10.37 


(2,349) 


26.708 


101,985 


101,933 


52 


44.12 


57.97 


10.50 


(2,886) 


10.028 


40,523 


40,729 


(206) 


46.62 


56.60 


11.11 


(521) 


1,839 


8,064 


7,965 


99 


46.62 


55.73 


12.06 


(2.797) 


27,701 


97,322 


96,465 


857 


41.11 


55.25 


9.66 


(6.953) 


81,397 


287,839 


289,787 


(1.948) 


40.93 


55.20 


9.72 


(11,779) 


59,563 


212,146 


211,006 


1,140 


43.63 


56.32 


9.79 


(805,664) 


6,455,468 


21,997,844 


21,938,869 


58,975 


44.52 


59.91 


9.37 


(14,732) 


61,670 


224,416 


224,545 


(129) 


45.22 


57.18 


10.01 


(1.301) 


34,753 


120,410 


119,977 


433 


41.04 


56.82 


9.53 


(26,841) 


151,914 


561,513 


558,620 


2,893 


43.98 


56.58 


10.16 



60 



Appendix 11 — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Frequency 
Standard- 
ization 
(Note 4) 



Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown... 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 



kW 
423.0 
898.6 
1.886.6 
2,704.1 
1.530.8 

49.448.1 
17.319.6 
1,601.2 
41,462.9 
10.235.1 

1,261.3 

861.9 

269.5 

4,182.8 

5.647.2 

87,906.1 

2,978.5 

666.473.0 

8.348.8 

2.191.4 

2,537.5 

867.8 

965.8 

12,151.1 

6,814.4 

1,697.2 

11.336.0 

428.3 

179.7 

4,688.1 

7.889.3 
1,362.5 
707.1 
7,041.7 
3,452.2 

11,317.7 

560.9 

4,452.8 

1,551.4 

69,952.5 



mWh 

2,058.4 

4,679.6 

10,660.4 

16,086.1 

8,776.1 

298,296.6 

101,669.7 

7.876.4 

255.431.2 

60,125.1 

7,075.9 

4,876.8 

1,352.2 

24,297.6 

33.317.0 

559.004.1 

14.699.0 

4.574.287.0 

43.305.8 

12.881.7 

13.551.9 

5.027.4 

5.680.8 

72.255.6 

40,536.1 

8.729.1 
65,695.7 

1,990.0 

811.4 

27,062.1 

49,795.3 

7,233.6 

3.957.8 

40.228.3 

21,251.2 

69,133.2 
3,050.6 

25,391.9 

8,935.6 

438,716.1 



$ 

15.920 
33,817 
70.999 
101,764 
57.609 

1,860.897 

651,794 

60,258 

1,560,386 
385,181 

47,467 

32,435 

10,142 

157,413 

212,524 

3.308,199 

112.091 

25,081.588 

314.193 

82.468 

95,494 

32,658 

36.345 

457.286 

256,448 

63,871 
426.612 

16,117 

6,762 

176,431 

296,900 

51,274 

26,610 

265,002 

129.919 

425,922 

21,109 

167,575 

58,385 

2,632,545 



1,206 
2.561 
5.377 
7,708 
4,363 

143.587 

50,292 

4,582 

61,142 

29,721 

3.595 

2.457 

768 

12.146 

16,399 

248,470 

8,509 

1,745,519 

24,051 

6.363 

7.236 

2,474 

2,805 

35,284 

19,787 

4,929 
32,918 

1,221 

512 

13,614 

22,909 

3.884 

2,015 

20,447 

10.024 

605 

1,629 

12,905 

4,422 

203,127 



$ 

1,328 
2,820 
5,921 
8,487 
4,804 



3,952 
49,320 



3,959 

2,705 

846 



8,248 
11.283 



7.782 
2,724 



1,344 
564 



4.276 
2.219 



1.451 
4.869 



7.908 
264 



122 



188 
425 

114 

1.793 

(38.697) 

834 

353 



441 



358 
2.169 



3.923 



941 
409 



2.986 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



61 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 



Return 

on Equity 

(Note 5) 



Energy @ 

2.75 Mills 

per kWh 

(Note 6) 



Cost of 

Primary 

Power 

Allocated 



Amounts 

Billed at 

Interim Rates 



Balance 
(Refunded) 
or Charged 



Demand 
Cost 

(Note 7) 



Total Cost of 
Primary Power 



$ 

(1.792) 
(2.341) 
(5.925) 
(10,873) 
(3,296) 

(166,849) 

(45,211) 

(5.162) 

(45,848) 

(37,934) 

(4,062) 

(3,623) 

(1,315) 

(15.366) 

(14.285) 

(233,097) 

(15,356) 

(2,148.284) 

(26.406) 

(9.471) 

(9.893) 

(2.728) 

(4.024) 

(15.238) 

(9.008) 

(5.502) 
(39.575) 

(1.908) 

(765) 

(19.219) 

(43.382) 

(4,025) 

(3.454) 

(13,524) 

(10,407) 

(8,886) 

(1.224) 

(15,748) 

(3.175) 

(203,110) 



$ 

5,661 
12,869 
29,316 
44,237 
24.134 

820,316 
279,592 
21,660 
702,436 
165,344 

19,459 
13.411 
3.719 
66.818 
91,622 

1,537,261 

40,422 

12,579,289 

119,091 

35.425 

37.268 

13.825 

15.622 

198.703 

111,474 

24,005 

180.663 

5.473 

2.231 

74,421 

136.937 
19.892 
10,884 

110,628 
58,441 

190,116 

8,389 

69,828 

24,573 

1,206,469 



$ 

22,535 

50,175 

111,348 

159,523 

88,379 

2,806,295 

996,334 

90,358 

2,348.167 
573.017 

74.324 

47.816 

14,969 

223,290 

323,627 

5,124,665 

164,643 

39,085,109 

447,220 

121,712 

145.941 

49.387 

51.231 

682,111 

378,701 

92,753 
636,795 

23,532 

9,394 

247,591 

440,955 

75,982 

40.395 

383,494 

190,112 

607,757 

30,183 

241,223 

93,728 

3,874,007 



$ 

22,532 

50,210 

112,530 

160.384 

89.515 

2.798.333 

999.393 

91,179 

2,361,913 
569,539 

75,563 

47,832 

15.180 

222.117 

323,839 

5,106,304 

164,468 

39,128,767 

446,429 

121,095 

145,675 

49.567 

51.242 

676.760 

377,606 

92,229 
633,048 

23.669 

9.413 

248,108 

439,858 

76,842 

40,450 

380,163 

190,456 

608,013 
30,293 

237,602 

95,297 

3,859,158 



$ 

3 

(35) 

(1.182) 

(861) 

(1.136) 

7.962 

(3.059) 

(821) 

(13,746) 

3,478 

(1.239) 

(16) 

(211) 

1.173 

(212) 

18.361 
175 

(43,658) 
791 
617 

266 
(180) 
(ID 
5,351 
1.095 

524 

3.747 

(137) 

(19) 

(517) 

1.097 
(860) 
(55) 
3.331 

(344) 

(256) 

(110) 

3,621 

(1.569) 

14,849 



$ per kW 
44.13 
44.12 
46.62 
46.65 
44.12 

43.54 
43.99 
46.13 
40.80 
43.54 

46.72 
44.12 
46.62 
41.08 
43.61 

43.46 
46.86 
42.99 
42.47 
43.70 

46.73 
44.12 
41.04 
41.04 
40.54 

43.75 
43.73 
46.62 
44.12 
41.04 

44.03 
44.12 
46.62 
40.67 
41.16 

37.69 
41.04 
42.03 
46.62 
41.04 



$ per kW 
53.27 
55.84 
59.02 
58.99 
57.73 

56.75 
57.53 
56.43 
56.63 
55.99 

58.93 
55.48 
55.54 
53.38 
57.31 

58.30 
55.28 
58.64 
53.57 
55.54 

57.51 
56.91 
53.05 
56.14 
55.57 

54.65 
56.17 
54.94 
52.28 
52.81 

55.89 
55.77 
57.13 
54.46 
55.07 

53.70 
53.81 
54.17 
60.42 
55.38 



Mills 
per kWh 
10.95 
10.72 
10.45 
9.92 
10.07 

9.41 
9.80 
11.47 
9.19 
9.53 

10.50 
9.80 

11.07 
9.19 
9.71 

9.17 
11.20 

8.54 
10.33 

9.45 

10.77 
9.82 
9.02 
9.44 
9.34 

10.63 

9.69 

11.83 

11.58 

9.15 

8.86 
10.50 
10.21 

9.53 

8.95 

8.79 
9.89 
9.50 
10.49 
8.83 



62 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow , 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale , 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 



kW 
5,020.5 
180.3 
150,515.5 
2,621.2 
1,879.0 

771.8 

504.3 

1,056.0 

390.7 

11,532.8 

18,139.0 

6,207.6 

237,470.1 

1,065.1 

1,165.3 

1,199.6 
494.9 

1,759.5 
192.3 

1,531.7 

12,541.7 
1,218.0 

204.2 
1,105.4 

963.9 

863.5 

5,416.9 

642.8 

891.7 

17,242.3 

664.7 

732.7 

9,476.1 

1,464.4 

242,524.6 

3,642.0 
409.1 

2,306.1 
761.0 

3.699.8 



mWh 
28,183.5 
887.6 
922,140.6 
15.187.2 
10.400.0 

3.910.4 
2.925.1 
6.402.5 
2,141.8 
70.336.0 

117.198.4 

33,944.0 

1,455,195.4 

6,261.1 

6,660.0 

6,617.6 
2.765.0 
10,177.3 
1,030.3 
9.170.0 

75.719.3 
7.101.6 
1.038.0 
6,766.1 
5,192.4 

4.901.6 

32.420.1 

3.360.7 

4.726.0 

101,198.2 

4,589.3 

4,108.6 

59,443.3 

7,660.4 

1,609,071.3 

19,816.8 
2,017.7 

12,804.7 
4,314.0 

20,032.4 



$ 

188,937 

6,784 

5,664,397 

98.645 

70.713 

29.046 
18.977 
39.741 
14.703 
434,017 

682,631 

233.612 

8,936,786 

40,084 

43,855 

45,145 
18,625 
66,215 
7,236 
57,642 

471,985 

45,837 

7,685 

41,600 

36,274 

32.496 

203.857 

24,191 

33,559 

648,884 

25.015 

27,574 

356,618 

55,110 

9,127.004 

137,061 
15,397 
86,786 
28,638 

139,237 



$ 

14,433 

514 

8,043 

7,471 

5,356 

2,200 
1,437 
3.010 
1,135 
33,406 

52.672 

18.026 

689,563 

3,036 

3,322 

3,419 
1,411 
5,015 
558 
4,366 

35,988 

3,472 

582 

3,210 

2,747 

2,461 

15,729 

1,832 

2,542 

50,068 

1,895 

2,088 

27,456 

4,174 

704,222 

10,576 
1.166 
6,573 
2,169 

10.744 



$ 

8.504 
566 



8.227 
5.897 

2.422 
1,583 
3,314 



4,865 



3,343 
3,657 

3.765 
1,553 
5,522 



4,807 

25,282 

3,823 

641 



3,025 
2,710 



2,017 
2,799 



2,086 
2,300 
3,518 
4,596 
1,066 



1,284 
7,238 
2.388 



3,815 



34 



615 



2,515 



408 



8.333 
655 



2.651 



873 



3.746 

65 

174,698 

2,773 



1,022 
577 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



63 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 



Return 

on Equity 

(Note 5) 



(13,731) 

(783) 

(449,336) 

(8,163) 

(5,354) 

(2,457) 

(1,880) 

(3,373) 

(707) 

(40,068) 

(57.331) 

(23,992) 

(713.025) 

(1.879) 

(4.361) 

(6.269) 
(2.377) 
(5.491) 
(434) 
(4.399) 

(18.852) 

(4.037) 

(883) 

(1.882) 

(3.395) 

(3.318) 

(17,257) 

(2,605) 

(2,122) 

(59.001) 

(2,674) 

(2.284) 

(28.612) 

(7.849) 

(330.440) 

(13.203) 
(1.784) 
(6.416) 
(2.510) 

(12,323) 



Energy @ 

2.75 Mills 

per kWh 

(Note 6) 



$ 

77,505 

2,441 

2,535.887 

41.765 

28,600 

10,754 
8.044 

17,607 

5.890 

193.424 

322.296 

93,346 

4,001,787 

17.218 

18.315 

18,198 
7.604 

27.988 
2.833 

25.218 

208,228 

19,529 

2.855 

18.607 

14.279 

13.479 

89.155 

9.242 

12.997 

278.295 

12.621 

11.299 

163.469 

21.066 

4,424.946 

54.496 
5,549 
35.213 
11.864 
55,089 



Cost of 

Primary 

Power 

Allocated 



768,589 
69,888 
10,982 
61,535 
53,412 

47,828 

296,843 

36,605 

50,221 

927,740 

39,275 

41,343 

554.623 

81.555 

14,829,070 

202,629 
22,839 

131,569 
44,832 

195,174 



Amounts 

Billed at 

Interim Rates 



$ 


$ 


294.525 


295.067 


9.612 


9.487 


8,210,538 


8,196,243 


149,256 


149,820 


110.883 


111,833 


42.351 


43,092 


28.413 


28,725 


60,914 


61.781 


21,021 


20.398 


662,757 


667.405 


1,009.338 


1,005.258 


340,023 


341.855 


3,627,521 


13.564.365 


62,335 


62.614 


68,284 


67.816 


64,858 


65,297 


28.301 


28,598 


100,129 


101,342 


10,289 


10,317 


88,400 


88,873 



Balance 

(Refunded) 
or Charged 



769,963 
70,072 
11.171 
60.602 

53,452 

48.602 

293.924 

36,834 

50,388 

934,350 

39,354 

41,447 

538,229 

81,681 

14,702,343 

205,265 
22,863 

133,675 
45,293 

195,165 



$ 

(542) 

125 

14,295 

(564) 

(950) 

(741) 
(312) 
(867) 
623 
(4,648) 

4.080 

(1,832) 

63,156 

(279) 

468 

(439) 

(297) 

(1.213) 

(28) 

(473) 

(1,374) 
(184) 
(189) 
933 

(40) 

(774) 

2,919 

(229) 

(167) 

(6.610) 

(79) 

(104) 

16.394 

(126) 

126,727 

(2,636) 

(24) 

(2.106) 

(461) 

9 



Demand 
Cost 

(Note 7) 



$ per kW 
45.96 
44.12 
40.69 
44.12 
46.64 

44.12 
44.12 
44.20 
40.54 
44.17 

41.04 
43.60 
43.54 
44.12 
46.62 

44.12 
46.62 
44 12 
41.03 
44.12 

46.18 
44.66 
44.12 
40.54 
44.12 

43.62 
41.53 
46.62 
44.12 
41.09 

44.12 
44.12 
44.30 
46.67 
44.26 

44.30 
46.62 
44.57 
46.62 
41.19 



Total Cost or 
Primary Power 



$ per kW 
58.66 
53.31 
54.55 
56.94 
59.01 

54.87 
56.34 
57.68 
53.80 
57.47 

55.64 
54.78 
57.39 
58.53 
58.60 

54.07 
57.19 
56.91 
53.50 
57.71 

61.28 
57.38 
53.78 
55.67 
55.41 

55.39 
54.80 
56.95 
56.32 
53.81 

59.09 
56.43 
58.53 
55.69 
61.14 

55.64 
55.83 
57.05 
58.91 

52.75 



Mills 
per kWh 

10.45 

10.83 
8.90 
9.83 

10.66 

10.83 
9.71 
9.51 
9.81 
9.42 

8.61 
10.02 
9.36 
9.96 
10.25 

9.80 
10.24 
9.84 
9.99 
9.64 

10.15 
9.84 

10.58 
9.09 

10.29 

9.76 
9.16 
10.89 
10.63 
9.17 

8.56 
10.06 

9.33 
10.65 

9.22 

10.23 
11.32 
10.28 
10.39 
9.74 



64 



Appendix 11 - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



t ransformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia * 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa * 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound * 

Pembroke * 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Petrolia Water Works 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 



kW 
5,468.8 

73,440.5 
500.8 
291.4 
498.2 

336.3 

2,005.1 

3,571.0 

12,876.0 

2,635.2 

54,600.4 

2,557.3 

52,076.3 

537,457.0 

1,224.4 

1,105.5 

112,350.0 

388.5 

660.0 

8,760.7 

21,139.4 

1,051.4 

143,342.9 

414,830.3 

564.5 

23,006.7 
1,026.2 
1,939.7 
6,488.5 
1,364.1 

5,803.1 
8,826.5 
5,247.2 
7,463.0 
71,873.4 

3,602.6 
163.9 
1,895.5 
5,163.7 
1,180.7 



mWh 

31,232.1 

461,755.9 

2,476.2 

1,616.1 

2,535.7 

1,620.8 
12,093.4 
20.233.3 
77,894.7 
15,663.5 

338,319.0 

16,683.5 

310,603.7 

3,345,705.6 

6,877.1 

6,230.4 

770,488.2 

2,228.6 

3,801.6 

51,686.5 

103,791.8 

5,908.5 

883,474.0 

2,597,450.6 

3,010.0 

146,675.6 

5.626.9 

11,083.1 

35,018.0 

7,418.9 

34,385.7 
40,926.0 
33,443.8 
42,342.6 
461,529.2 

19,736.1 

770.2 

11,091.2 

31,211.3 

6,615.5 



$ 

205,809 

2,763,811 

18,846 

10,966 

18,749 

12.655 

75,459 

134,389 

484,566 

99,171 

2.054,795 

96.240 

1.959.803 

20,226,288 

46,079 

41,604 

4,228,103 

14,622 

24,839 

329,695 

795,545 

39,569 

5,394,468 

15,611.440 

21,246 

865,818 
38,619 
72,997 

244,184 
51,336 

218,389 
332,169 
197,468 
280,857 
2.704,834 

135,577 

6,167 

71,333 

194,327 
44.432 



$ 

15,758 

105,848 

1,427 

831 

1,420 

959 

5,822 

10,201 

37,082 

7,652 

158,549 
7,289 

151,219 

1,521,819 

3,490 

3,151 

326,099 

1,107 

1,881 

25,430 

61,385 

2,997 

416,238 

1,037,440 

1.609 

66,489 
2,980 
5,633 

18,842 
3,888 

16,851 
25,631 
15,236 
21,671 
208,706 

10,290 
467 

5,403 
14,994 

3,365 



$ 

7,168 
3,688 
1,572 
915 
1,564 

1,055 



9,914 
18,044 



8,026 



3,843 

3,470 
8,286 
1,219 
2,071 
550 



3,300 



,772 



17,481 



4,281 



10,085 

514 

5,949 



3.706 



$ 

1.839 
6,516 



1,256 
7,609 
1.287 

26,596 



40,387 

7,848 

541 



43,934 



5.625 



14,292 



667 

5.273 



453 

13,819 

1.455 



476 



210 



*See note 8, page 72 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



65 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 



Return 

on Equity 

(Note 5) 



(21.555) 
(81,776) 

(1.952) 
(513) 

(1.145) 

(1.143) 

(4.717) 

(11.588) 

(28.787) 

(11.052) 

(204,408) 

(7.130) 

(126,770) 

(856,862) 

(7,192) 

(3,573) 

(199,246) 

(3.489) 

(2.265) 

(21.319) 

(29,424) 

(2,605) 

(376,963) 

(763,401) 

(2.527) 

(82.749) 
(3.479) 
(9.579) 

(27,215) 
(5,981) 

(11,016) 

(5,582) 

(17,439) 

(27.216) 

(227.294) 

(18.885) 
(77) 

(2.816) 
(23.604) 

(1.749) 



Energy @ 

2.75 Mills 

per kWh 

(Note 6) 



$ 

85,888 

1,269,829 

6.809 

4,444 

6,973 

4,457 

33,257 

55,642 

214,210 

43,075 

930,377 
45.880 

854.160 

9.200,690 

18,912 

17.134 

2,118,842 

6,129 

10,454 

142,138 

285,427 

16.249 

2.429,553 

7,142.989 

8,278 

403,358 
15,474 
30,478 
96,300 
20,402 

94,561 
112,546 

91,971 

116,442 

1,269,205 

54,274 
2,118 
30,501 
85,831 
18.193 



Cost of 

Primary 

Power 

Allocated 



$ 
297,641 
4,104,636 
26,952 
16,789 
27,810 

18,992 
110,824 
210.527 
771,352 
148,039 

3,129,710 

150,305 

2,878,799 

31,712,154 

69,346 

62,339 

6,863,068 

20.754 

37,310 

486,499 

1,137.795 

60,036 

7.934,967 

23,235.883 

32.072 

1,281,900 

54.107 

106.015 

356.850 

78,018 

322,140 
482,996 
291,315 
395,486 
3,991,388 

202,625 

9,681 

111,318 

274,340 

68,537 



Amounts 

Billed at 

Interim Rates 



$ 

297,436 

4,097,325 

27,396 

17,154 

28,190 

19,116 
109,971 
210,121 
758,160 
148,259 

3,142,394 

151,066 

2,896,941 

31,670,303 

70.247 

62.529 

6.878.296 

21,385 

37,720 

488.634 

1.145.532 

60.793 

7,900,574 

23,190,166 

32,505 

1,277,640 

53,378 

106,092 

358,908 

78,552 

320,233 
495,678 
289,236 
395,848 
3,991,775 

202,671 

9,982 

111.959 

273.565 

67,931 



Balance 
(Refunded) 
or Charged 



$ 

205 

7,311 

(444) 

(365) 

(380) 

(124) 

853 

406 

13,192 

(220) 

(12,684) 
(761) 

(18,142) 

41,851 

(901) 

(190) 

(15,228) 

(631) 

(410) 

(2.135) 

(7.737) 

(757) 

34.393 

45.717 

(433) 

4,260 
729 
(77) 

(2,058) 
(534) 

1,907 

(12,682) 

2,079 

(362) 

(387) 

(46) 
(301) 
(641) 
775 
606 



Demand 

Cost 
(Note 7) 



$ per kW 
42.66 
39.71 
44.12 
44.12 
44.12 

46.62 
41.04 
46.62 
45.51 
44.03 

44.02 
43.62 
41.31 
43.48 
47.06 

44.12 
44.00 
46.63 
44.12 
41.74 

41.71 
44.12 
41.04 
40.63 
46.63 

41.78 
41.04 
43.88 
44.35 
46.62 

41.12 
42.60 
41.31 
41.04 
41.04 

46.42 
46.61 
44.12 
41.08 
44.12 



Total Cost of 
Primary Power 



$ per kW 
54.43 
55.89 
53.82 
57.61 
55.82 

56.47 
55.27 
58.95 
59.91 
56.18 

57.32 
58.77 
55.28 
59.00 
56.64 

56.39 
61.09 

53.42 
56.53 
55.53 

53.82 
57.10 
55.36 
56.01 
56.81 

55.72 
52.73 
54.66 
55.00 
57.19 

55.51 
54.72 
55.52 
52.99 
55.53 

56.24 
59.07 
58.73 
53.13 
58.05 



Mills 

per kWh 

9.53 

8.89 

10.88 

10.39 

10.97 

11.72 
9.16 

10.40 
9.90 
9.45 

9.25 
9.01 
9.27 
9.48 
10.08 

10.01 
8.91 
9.31 
9.81 
9.41 

10.96 

10.16 

8.98 

8.95 

10.66 

8.74 

9.62 

9.57 
10.19 
10.52 

9.37 
11.80 
8.71 
9.34 
8.65 

10.27 
12.57 
10.04 
8.79 
10.36 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 



Primary Power and 

Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 
Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



kW 

979.7 
8,152.7 

423.8 
15,516.5 
21,470.7 

2.658.0 
4,981.7 
13.601.2 
1.657.6 
3,238.3 

546.7 

1,640.6 

5,814.0 

20,486.2 

100.6 

467.9 

479.8 

1.257.8 

1.099.8 

7.192.3 

1,994.8 

20.795.4 

2,823.9 

656.7 

2,555.4 

814.3 
805.7 
291.3 
693.1 
158,638.0 

1,625.9 

972.4 

1.197.6 

4,697.3 

29,452.8 

8,944.6 

60,114.5 

334.912.8 

2.002.9 

2.338.1 



Energy 



mWh 

4,926.3 

40,377.0 

2,511.2 

101.545.3 

153.251.4 

15.987.3 
30.754.6 
78.550.5 
7.296.8 
19,641.5 

3,104.4 

9,308.5 

33,029.7 

114,935.5 

460.6 

2.479.7 
2,690.5 
7.273.8 
6.332.5 
37,562.1 

11,696.8 
129,904.3 
15,175.6 
3,594.4 
14,561.2 

4,702.4 
4.524.8 
1.478.0 
3.849.0 
976,979.9 

8,367.0 

5,375.3 

6,785.6 

27,416.1 

174,706.5 

50,433.1 

407,976.5 

2,082,224.9 

12,178.8 

12,614.2 



Common 

Demand 

Costs 

(Note 1) 



36,868 
306,813 

15.948 
583.937 
808,015 

100.031 
187.477 
511.859 
62.381 
121.867 

20.575 

61.741 

218.799 

770,963 

3,786 

17,608 
18.057 
47.337 
41.390 
270,670 

75.070 
782,598 
106.274 
24,712 
96,167 

30,644 
30,321 
10,962 
26,084 
5,970,074 

61.186 

36.594 

45.070 

176,774 

1,108,407 

336,617 

2,262,309 

12.603,879 

75,375 

87,991 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



$ 

2,792 
23,564 

1,208 
45,057 
62,346 

7.718 

14,200 

39.495 

4,725 

9,403 

1,558 

4.759 

16.883 

59,472 

287 

1.334 
1,368 
3.585 
3.194 
20,885 

5,686 
60,385 
8,159 
1,872 
7,284 

2,321 

2,297 

846 

1,976 

460,370 

4,647 

2,790 

3,414 

13,640 

85,512 

25,863 

173,965 

972.275 

5,726 

6,789 



Stage II 



$ 

3.075 
6.428 
1,330 



15,635 
5,202 



1,716 
257 



926 
316 

1.469 
1,506 
3,948 



6.261 



2,421 
2.061 
8.020 

2.556 
2.529 



2.175 
597 

4,337 
2,000 
3,759 

740 

6,488 



6,202 

5,274 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



74 
2,016 
9,321 

2.482 

3.839 

6.087 

876 

251 



867 



262 
430 
613 



6.992 
1.397 



376 



296 



5.205 



183.254 
927 
564 



Frequency 
Standard- 
ization 
(Note 4) 



*See note 8, page 72. 



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67 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 





Energy @ 


Cost of 










Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per k W 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(3.773) 


13,547 


55,448 


56,373 


(925) 


46.62 


56.60 


11.26 


(27,948) 


111,037 


444,352 


449,168 


(4,816) 


44.31 


54.50 


11.01 


(1.488) 


6,906 


25,249 


25,569 


(320) 


46.79 


59.58 


10.05 


(49.974) 


279,250 


906,836 


911,062 


(4,226) 


43.67 


58.44 


8.93 


(49.317) 


421,441 


1,316,218 


1,314,418 


1,800 


43.97 


61.30 


8.59 


(11.674) 


43,965 


150,496 


150,366 


130 


44.47 


56.62 


9.41 


(9.584) 


84,575 


298,633 


297,800 


833 


44.89 


59.95 


9.71 


(43.539) 


216,014 


736,717 


732,562 


4,155 


41.48 


54.17 


9.38 


(5,375) 


20.066 


88,704 


90,176 


(1,472) 


44.65 


53.51 


12.16 


(8.911) 


54,014 


178,243 


178.031 


212 


41.11 


55.04 


9.07 


(2.317) 


8,537 


31.709 


32,041 


(332) 


46.62 


58.00 


10.21 


(9,241) 


25.598 


90.124 


87,302 


2,822 


44.96 


54.93 


9.68 


(20,787) 


90.832 


309.501 


309.225 


276 


41.19 


53.23 


9.37 


(66,184) 


316,073 


1,142,709 


1,141,447 


1,262 


43.58 


55.78 


9.94 


(349) 


1.267 


5,357 


5,474 


(117) 


44.13 


53.25 


11.63 


(2,321) 


6,819 


26,313 


26,434 


(121) 


46.62 


56.24 


10.61 


(2,129) 


7,399 


27.640 


27.637 


3 


46.62 


57.61 


10.27 


(2.123) 


20,003 


73,012 


73,297 


(285) 


48.83 


58.05 


10.04 


(3.261) 


17,414 


59.167 


59,390 


(223) 


40.93 


53.80 


9.34 


(18,055) 


103,296 


381,005 


384.074 


(3,069) 


41.12 


52.97 


10.14 


(3,475) 


32,166 


116,705 


117,478 


(773) 


44.12 


58.50 


9.98 


(40,418) 


357,237 


1,229,180 


1,221,888 


7,292 


43.87 


59.11 


9.46 


(11,114) 


41,733 


157.342 


156,833 


509 


44.88 


55.72 


10.37 


(2,519) 


9,885 


36,339 


36,707 


(368) 


44.12 


55.34 


10.11 


(4,499) 


40,043 


148,293 


148,342 


(49) 


44.12 


58.03 


10.18 


(3.024) 


12,932 


47,872 


48,089 


(217) 


46.62 


58.79 


10.18 


(3,778) 


12,443 


46,229 


46,011 


218 


46.62 


57.38 


10.22 


(1.070) 


4,065 


14,949 


14,878 


71 


41.04 


51.32 


10.11 


(2,089) 


10,585 


39,078 


38,895 


183 


44.12 


56.38 


10.15 


(472.156) 


2,686,695 


9,121,870 


9,119,481 


2,389 


43.54 


57.50 


9.34 


(3.603) 


23,009 


94,454 


95,688 


(1.234) 


46.16 


58.09 


11.29 


(3.617) 


14,782 


55,762 


56,281 


(519) 


45.86 


57.34 


10.37 


(4,588) 


18,661 


69,909 


69,644 


265 


46.62 


58.37 


10.30 


(39.538) 


75,394 


240,362 


240,507 


(145) 


43.54 


51.17 


8.77 


(118.380) 


480,443 


1,645,080 


1,642,721 


2,359 


43.56 


55.85 


9.42 


(12.279) 


138,691 


527,419 


530,076 


(2,657) 


44.83 


58.97 


10.46 


(350.893) 


1,121,935 


3,387,660 


3,385,380 


2,280 


43.53 


56.35 


8.30 


(604,088) 


5,726,119 


19,892,379 


19,862,665 


29,714 


44.10 


59.40 


9.55 


(5.089) 


33,492 


115,705 


117,263 


(1,558) 


43.59 


57.77 


9.50 


(12.189) 


34,689 


124,858 


124,927 


(69) 


43.78 


53.40 


9.90 



68 



Appendix II - Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Shelburne 

Simcoe , 

Sioux Lookout , 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville : 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



kW 

2,263.8 
15,105.7 

3.043.1 
12,980.7 

3,262.7 

828.0 

985.5 

360.8 

1,915.5 

1,600.4 

6,505.8 
4.728.8 
35,117.2 
7,624.0 
6,584.3 

5,347.1 

87.064.0 

707.3 

1,007.1 

2,805.8 

987.5 
2,081.7 
4.078.7 
1,401.0 
1,972.5 

1,636.6 
1,150.8 
685.5 
1,656.4 
1,478.5 

353.7 
286.3 

6,709.7 
131,410.3 

4,341.7 

8,626.2 

950,879.6 

1,294.2 

22,995.4 

2,201.5 



Energy 



mWh 

13,538.0 

96,740.9 

18,229.6 

76,768.3 

19,187.0 

4,443.7 
5,657.3 
1,892.1 
11,148.6 
9,161.8 

34,475.1 
27,611.8 
212,173.8 
42.502.3 
39.372.6 

31,286.1 

544,845.9 

4,059.2 

5,693.7 

17,100.6 

5,961.6 
11,285.7 
23,435.3 

7,620.3 
12,310.1 

9,621.5 
5,598.5 
4,049.6 
9,590.9 
8.954.8 

1,838.0 

1,431.1 

42,107.5 

811,329.3 

22.964.4 

49,631.6 

6.205,128.9 

7.207.9 

148,690.1 

12,376.1 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



$ 

85,195 
568,477 
114,522 
488.506 
122,786 

31,160 
37,088 
13,578 
72,088 
60,230 

244,834 
177,960 
1,321,577 
286,917 
247,790 

201,229 

3,276.507 

26.619 

37,901 

105,591 

37,162 
78,341 
153,495 
52,724 
74,232 

61.591 
43.310 
25,797 
62,337 
55.641 

13,309 
10,774 

252,509 
4,945,406 

163.393 

324,631 

35.784,751 

48,705 

865,392 

82,850 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



$ 
6,453 

43,853 
8,674 

37,694 
9,300 

2,360 
2,862 
1,028 
5,460 
4,648 

18,790 
13,731 
101.973 
22,138 
19,120 

15,527 

252,815 

2,016 

2,925 

7,998 

2,815 
6,035 
11,844 
4.019 

5.727 

4,665 
3,280 
1,954 
4,810 
4,214 

1.008 

816 

19.467 

381,545 

12,607 

25,049 

2,356,461 

3,689 

66,774 

6,393 



Stage II 



$ 

7,105 

664 

9,551 



10.240 



2.599 



1,132 
6,012 



5,958 
67 



2.220 
8.806 



3.099 
608 



2.858 



5.136 
3.612 

2,151 



4.640 



1,110 
899 



2,516 



4,062 




5.994 



255 
525 



74 



382 
3,907 



3,944 
2,130 



2,471 
56,985 



1.046 
2.047 



1.365 



15 
499 
908 



8,287 



258 



♦See note 8, page 72. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 





Energy @ 


Cost of 












Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 






on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(6*,492) 


37.230 


130.623 


130.490 


133 


44.12 


57.70 


9.65 


(47,376) 


266,038 


882.967 


877,649 


5,318 


43.98 


58.45 


9.13 


(9,933) 


50,131 


172,945 


172,617 


328 


43.62 


56.83 


9.49 


(44,803) 


211,113 


699.255 


697,174 


2,081 


41.06 


53.87 


9.11 


(8.345) 


52,764 


188.901 


190.920 


(2.019) 


44.28 


57.90 


9.85 


(3,070) 


12.220 


47.753 


47.484 


269 


46.62 


57.67 


10.75 


(1,215) 


15,558 


54,293 


54,185 


108 


40.54 


55.09 


9.60 


(1.882) 


5,203 


20.215 


20,251 


(36) 


46.82 


56.03 


10.68 


(6,279) 


30,659 


108.898 


109,286 


(388) 


44.12 


56.85 


9.77 


(5,198) 


25,195 


85.675 


85,030 


645 


41.04 


53.53 


9.35 


(14,334) 


94.806 


369.953 


375.495 


(5.542) 


44.50 


56.87 


10.73 


(11.430) 


75.932 


274,353 


277.919 


(3.566) 


44.38 


58.02 


9.94 


(132,018) 


583.478 


1,980,362 


1.973,515 


6,847 


43.54 


56.39 


9.33 


(25,658) 


116.881 


427,094 


424,014 


3,080 


44.05 


56.02 


10.05 


(13,512) 


108,275 


383,556 


381.038 


2,518 


43.86 


58.25 


9.74 


(10,153) 


86.037 


295.111 


292,970 


2,141 


41.00 


55.19 


9.43 


(192,138) 


1,498.326 


4,892,495 


4,867,715 


24,780 


41.19 


56.19 


8.98 


(2,650) 


11,163 


39,722 


40,124 


(402) 


44.12 


56.16 


9.79 


(1.885) 


15.658 


55,103 


55.164 


(61) 


41.04 


54.71 


9.68 


(7.788) 


47.027 


170.051 


170,430 


(379) 


46.62 


60.61 


9.94 


(3.073) 


16.394 


56.891 


57,055 


(164) 


44.12 


57.61 


9.54 


(9.174) 


31,036 


114.137 


115,990 


(1.853) 


44.33 


54.83 


10.11 


(10.682) 


64,447 


233.387 


234,702 


(1.315) 


44.04 


57.22 


9.96 


(4.781) 


20,956 


76.477 


77,172 


(695) 


43.04 


54.59 


10.04 


(5.937) 


33.853 


107,875 


108,785 


(910) 


40.54 


54.69 


8.76 


(5.171) 


26.459 


97.590 


98.462 


(872) 


46.62 


59.63 


10.14 


(5,206) 


15.396 


63.844 


64.816 


(972) 


46.62 


55.48 


11.40 


(3.149) 


11.136 


39.946 


40,540 


(594) 


46.62 


58.27 


9.86 


(2.678) 


26.375 


92,209 


92,059 


150 


41.36 


55.67 


9.61 


(3.821) 


24,626 


86.039 


86,048 


(9) 


44.12 


58.19 


9.61 


(1.770) 


5.055 


19.788 


19,968 


(180) 


46.66 


55.95 


10.77 


(945) 


3,936 


15,623 


15,697 


(74) 


44.12 


54.57 


10.92 


(51.016) 


115,796 


357,384 


358.147 


(763) 


43.61 


53.26 


8.49 


(604,080) 


2,231,155 


6,956,542 


6,898.169 


58.373 


40.56 


52.94 


8.57 


(14,487) 


63,152 


238,598 


236.688 


1.910 


43.75 


54.95 


10.39 


(29.850) 


136,487 


482.196 


480,098 


2.098 


43.54 


55.90 


9.72 


(4,541,129) 


17,064,104 


53.525,113 


53,579,290 


(54.177) 


43.12 


56.29 


8.63 


(3.145) 


19,822 


73,780 


73.233 


547 


44.12 


57.01 


10.24 


(73,143) 


408,898 


1,279,419 


1,278,847 


572 


41.04 


55.64 


8.60 


(6.822) 


34,034 


117,814 


117,997 


(183) 


41.15 


53.52 


9.52 



70 



Appendix II — Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power and 
Energy Supplied 

during Year 

(Principal Bases of 

Cost Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 

Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 
Demand 

Costs 
(Note 1) 



Transformation 

and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Special 

Facilities 

(Note 3) 



Frequency 
Standard- 
ization 
(Note 4) 



Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp , 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg , 

Wardsville , 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge , 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities.. 



kW 
3,507.5 
1,417.2 
36,750.0 
994.6 
6,748.3 

20,961.8 

318.0 

524.0 

1,605.8 

1,910.4 

2,212.6 
55,372.9 

1,496.4 
642.6 
400.5 

44,990.0 

698.4 

1,054.7 

1,651.3 

685.2 

1,373.9 

29,837.2 

2,243.2 

363.7 

2,661.3 

309.5 

243-717.2 

4.555.3 

3.262.2 

37,013.5 

384.3 

1,157.7 

111,446.3 

858.0 



7,314,595.6 



mWh 

19,318.7 

7,760.9 

235,872.9 

5,569.6 

38,407.0 

126,890.0 

1,807.2 

2,963.2 

8,173.0 

11,279.9 

11.037.1 

357,893.6 

7,518.5 

3,664.8 

2,142.6 

266,784.6 
3,640.0 
5,833.4 
8,493.6 
4.064.4 

7,661.0 

178,751.3 

13,311.6 

1.928.0 
15.759.3 

1.450.2 

1.536.887.9 

25.422.5 

21,250.4 

221,669.1 

2,315.2 

6,386.4 

685,665.8 

4,749.5 



45,950,484.5 



131,998 

53,334 

1,383,025 

37,430 

253,961 

788,861 
11,967 
19,720 
60,432 
71,895 

83,267 
2,083,865 
56,315 
24,184 
15,072 

1,693.123 
26,283 
39,691 
62.144 

25,787 

51,705 

1,122,872 

84,421 

13,688 

100,153 

11,646 

9,171,886 

171,432 

122,768 

1,392,941 

14,463 

43,568 

4,194,094 

32.290 



275,272.481 



$ 

10,185 

4,040 

106,715 

2,835 

19,596 

60,869 

906 

1,494 

4,577 
5,445 

6,331 
2,959 
4,280 
1,832 
1,163 

130,641 
1,991 
3,006 
4,707 
1.953 

3,931 
86,635 
6,394 
1,037 
7,622 

899 

707,703 

13,227 

9,472 

107,480 

1,095 

3,300 

323,616 

2,446 



19.615,536 



4,448 
3,122 



998 
1,645 
5,040 
5,996 

5,535 



3,799 
2,017 



2,192 
3,310 
5,183 
2.151 

3.450 
356 
7,040 
1,141 
6,241 



1,206 
3,633 



2,693 



945,371 



45 



22,945 
4,332 



5,352 
90 



163 

583 



9,036 



346 



899 
.384 
873 



83 



.277.504 



$ 

1,754 

709 

110.250 

497 

3,374 

62.885 

954 

262 

803 

5,731 

6,638 

166.119 

4.489 

321 



134.970 

2.095 

527 

4,954 

343 

4,122 

14,919 

1,122 

182 

1,331 

155 

731.152 

2.278 

9,787 

111.041 

192 

3.473 

334.339 

2,574 



17,133,310 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



71 



COST OF PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1972 





Energy @ 


Cost of 










Return 


2.75 Mills 


Primary 


Amounts 


Balance 


Demand 




on Equity 


per kWh 


Power 


Billed at 


(Refunded) 


Cost 


Total Cost of 


(Note 5) 


(Note 6) 


Allocated 


Interim Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 7) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


(10,894) 


53.126 


186,214 


187.539 


(1.325) 


41.05 


53.09 


9.64 


(2.699) 


21.342 


81,174 


81.971 


(797) 


44.12 


57.28 


10.46 


(43,089) 


648.651 


2.228,497 


2.224.384 


4.113 


44.16 


60.64 


9.45 


(2.547) 


15.316 


56,653 


56.884 


(231) 


44.12 


56.96 


10.17 


(17.471) 


105.619 


369,411 


366,877 


2,534 


41.68 


54.74 


9.62 


(71.226) 


348.947 


1,195,688 


1.196.748 


(1.060) 


43.79 


57.04 


9.42 


(1.263) 


4.970 


18.622 


18.529 


93 


46.90 


58.56 


10.30 


(1,781) 


8,149 


29.489 


29,026 


463 


44.12 


56.28 


9.95 


(3,062) 


22,476 


90,266 


91,099 


(833) 


44.12 


56.21 


11.04 


(6.340) 


31,020 


113,747 


114,343 


(596) 


46.62 


59.54 


10.08 


(8.532) 


30,352 


123.754 


125,087 


(1.333) 


46.07 


55.93 


11.21 


(116,378) 


984,207 


3.120.772 


3.100,243 


20.529 


40.69 


56.36 


8.72 


(8,318) 


20,676 


81.824 


79.973 


1.851 


46.42 


54.68 


10.88 


(2.017) 


10.078 


36.415 


36,177 


238 


44.12 


56.67 


9.94 


(625) 


5.892 


21.502 


20,781 


721 


40.54 


53.69 


10.04 


(138,773) 


733.658 


2,553.619 


2,559.842 


(6,223) 


43.54 


56.76 


9.57 


(3.194) 


10,010 


39,377 


40.116 


(739) 


46.62 


56.38 


10.82 


(4.168) 


16,042 


58.408 


58,773 


(365) 


44.12 


55.38 


10.01 


(7.419) 


23,357 


92.926 


93,579 


(653) 


46.62 


56.27 


10.94 


(2,464) 


11,177 


38.947 


39,364 


(417) 


44.12 


56.84 


9.58 


(5,515) 


21,068 


78.761 


78,790 


(29) 


46.01 


57.33 


10.28 


(64,754) 


491,566 


1.660.630 


1.657,209 


3,421 


41.35 


55.66 


9.29 


(8,107) 


36,607 


127.477 


127.619 


(142) 


44.12 


56.83 


9.58 


(1.739) 


5,302 


19,611 


19.809 


(198) 


44.12 


53.92 


10.17 


(7.983) 


43,338 


151,048 


152.566 


(1.518) 


43.47 


56.76 


9.58 


(1.060) 


3,988 


15,628 


15.808 


(180) 


41.03 


50.49 


10.78 


(843.142) 


4,226.442 


13,994,940 


14.031.645 


(36.705) 


43.54 


57.42 


9.11 


(15.825) 


69.912 


242,408 


241,620 


788 


41.34 


53.21 


9.54 


(12.473) 


58.439 


188.866 


188,016 


850 


43.80 


57.90 


8.89 


(128.685) 


609.590 


2,092,367 


2,093.830 


(1.463) 


43.54 


56.53 


9.44 


(1.712) 


6,367 


21,611 


21.509 


102 


44.12 


56.23 


9.33 


(3,054) 


17,563 


68,566 


68.418 


148 


46.69 


59.23 


10.74 


(405,236) 


1,885.581 


6,332,394 


6.346.522 


(14,128) 


43.54 


56.82 


9.24 


(3.278) 


13,061 


49,786 


49.801 


(15) 


46.62 


58.03 


10.48 


(21.268.438) 


126,363,839 


419,339,603 


418.857.655 


(481,948) 





See notes on following page. 



72 Appendix II — Finance 



Notes 

1. Certain functions in the production and supply of power are considered to be used by all customers in relation to 
kilowatt demand requirements. Therefore the associated costs are allocated at a common rate to all customers. 

2. Stage I transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at high- voltage stations from 
115 kv to a voltage less than 115 kv but exceeding 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all cus- 
tomers requiring the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering costs are those associated with transformation at low-voltage stations from 
44 kv, 27.6 kv, 13.8 kv or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kv. These costs are allocated on a 
kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities costs are those associated with low- voltage line facilities located within a municipality's or local 
system's boundaries that serve only that customer. Also included in this category are charges for providing standby 
services, adjustments for the net surpluses or deficits arising from power contracts containing unusual rates or 
supply conditions, and reductions allowed for interruptible power. 

4. Frequency standardization assessments are made to customers of the former Southern Ontario System at the rate 
of $3.00 per kilowatt to all customers who were converted to 60-hertz frequency, and $.50 per kilowatt to all non- 
converted to 60-hertz customers. 

5. Return on equity is calculated at 4% on equities accumulated through debt retirement charges after giving recogni- 
tion to direct customers' contributions for debt retirement prior to 1966. The cost of providing the return on equity 
is included in common demand costs. 

6. The portion of the cost of power attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has 
been classified as energy costs. For allocation purposes, this cost has been established at 2.75 mills per kWh. 

7. The demand cost is the per kilowatt cost of primary power, exclusive of energy cost. 

8. The asterisk indicates that this particular utility operates its own generating facilities for the supply of part of 
its power requirement. The amounts shown in this statement relate only to the power and energy supplied by 
The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. For more complete details on the cost of providing service 
within any municipal electrical utility, the reader is referred to the statements in the Municipal Electrical Service 
Supplement. 



Allocation of the Cost of Primary Power 



73 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF THE COST 
OF PRIMARY POWER 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 





Municipalities 


Power District 






Retail 
Customers 


Direct 
Customers 


Total 


Cost of Primary Power 

Cost of return on equity 

Interest less withdrawal - reserve for 

stabilization of rates and contingencies 


$'000 

21,389 

(381) 
254,265 


$'000 

4,388 

(81) 
54.000 


$ '000 

4,911 

(89) 
59,213 


$ '000 

30,688 

(551) 
367,478 








275,273 

19,616 

945 

1,277 

17,133 

(21,268) 

126,364 


58,307 

4,193 

2,945 

(26) 

2,205 

(4,454) 

27,047 

66,770 


64,035 

1,887 

7 

(2,786) 
1,119 

(4,966) 

37,269 


397,615 


Transformation and metering - Stage I 

Transformation and metering - Stage II 


25,696 
3.897 
(1,535) 




20,457 


Return on equity 

Energy @ 2.75 mills per kWh 


(30,688) 

190,680 

66,770 










Cost of primary power allocated to customers. . 


419,340 
418,858 


156,987 
151,056 


96,565 
94,438 


672,892 
664,352 






Excess (Deficiency) of Amounts Billed 

over Costs 

Charged to Municipalities 

Withdrawal from the reserve for stabilization 
of rates and contingencies, retail and direct 
customers, to offset net deficit on sales to 


(482) 






(482) 
(8,058) 


(5,931) 


(2,127) 







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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31. 1972 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg... 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 

Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 



$ 


$ 


730,610 


33.614 


74.842 


2,947 


631,812 


80,204 


345,174 


26.725 


54,744 


6,994 


350,130 


24,305 


202.606 


17,688 


75.869 


2.171 


609,801 


38,075 


293,722 


16,907 


22,874 


1,166 


57.533 


2,012 


599,363 


46.970 


148,095 


11.169 


76,625 


4,922 


384,388 


21,589 


659,098 


69,288 


15.636 


997 


597.633 


35.642 


134.574 


8.669 


175.894 


6,757 


137.467 


12,366 


2,547,139 


235,793 


56,553 


6,244 


47,442 


3,856 


33.678 


2,727 


347.781 


17.899 


239.322 


17,273 


183.841 


10,788 


102.052 


4,675 


140,974 


12.935 


3,110,720 


214,176 


59,535 


6,841 


297,705 


15,593 


75,446 


3.846 


114,061 


6,345 


102,814 


10,093 


181,190 


18.136 


88,628 


4.056 


1,073,883 


71.181 


59,271 


13,875 


258,499 


17,685 


129,287 


11,067 


2.502,765 


260,968 


8,145.244 


387.236 



$ 

764.224 

77,789 

712,016 

371.899 

61,738 

374,435 
220,294 
78.040 
647.876 
310.629 

24.040 

59.545 

646.333 

159.264 

81.547 

405,977 
728.386 
16,633 
633,275 
143,243 

182,651 

149,833 

2,782,932 

62,797 

51,298 

36.405 
365,680 
256,595 
194.629 
106.727 

153.909 

3,324,896 

66.376 

313.298 

79.292 

120.406 
112.907 
199.326 
92.684 
1.145,064 

73.146 

276.184 

140,354 

2,763,733 

8.532,480 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



75 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Brantford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

"Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford.... 
Campbellville... 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place.. 
Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp.. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 



$ 

782,199 
31,003 

130,873 
60,405 

228,994 

2,350,346 

119,280 

128.401 

38,476 

75.691 

3,652,651 
39,089 
190,319 
90,259 
28,118 

118,533 
208,534 
131,653 
677.326 
76,241 

91,708 
45,724 
92,747 
3,671,176 
46,610 

255,157 
218,958 
192,215 
69,536 
386,214 

77,910 

1,368,702 

239,351 

134,655 

103,944 

1,196.017 
82.192 
82.143 
61,707 
47.683 

40.660 
91.294 
61.032 
289.313 
38.746 



$ 

93,204 
1,714 
9,087 
2,008 

16,383 

143,558 
4,941 
5,615 
1,781 
6,856 

474,939 

2,548 

10,201 

15,321 

1,188 

6,042 
16,567 

5,931 
29,554 

8,016 

5,078 

3,547 

15.191 

228,285 

2,154 

9,063 

11,457 
13,251 
3.120 
16.198 

5,126 

100,799 

27,744 

9,831 

5,866 

92,903 
2,943 

10.484 
4.229 
2,331 

1,889 
4,940 
2,109 
32.457 
1.958 



$ 
875.403 

32.717 
139.960 

62.413 
245.377 

2.493,904 

124,221 

134,016 

40,257 

82,547 

4,127,590 

41,637 

200,520 

105,580 

29,306 

124,575 
225.101 
137,584 
706.880 
84,257 

96,786 

49,271 

107.938 

3,899,461 

48,764 

264,220 
230,415 
205.466 
72.656 
402.412 

83.036 

1,469,501 

267,095 

144,486 

109,810 

1,288,920 
85,135 
92,627 
65.936 
50.014 

42,549 
96,234 
63.141 
321.770 
40.704 



76 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 


Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 


Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 


Balance at 
December 31. 1972 


$ 

311,006 


$ 

20,907 
9,836 
4,115 
3,966 

17.188 

1.784 

31,175 

2.006 

7,003 

85,004 

30,255 
13,465 

3,040 
530,045 

6,116 

41,743 
7,012 
1.435 

11.195 
3.491 

9,137 

3.719 

752 

9,149 

27,081 

19,564 
1,907,033 
20,383 
11.005 
51.542 

2,197 
4,667 
9,798 
14,044 
7,951 

256.819 

89,953 

8.316 

215,346 
53.158 

6,551 

4,476 

1.400 

21.724 

29,330 


$ 


$ 

331,913 


153,788 




163,624 


70,702 




74,817 


85,071 




89,037 


284,655 




301,843 


49,070 




50,854 


342,814 




373,989 


44,252 




46,258 


117,414 




124,417 


1,316,131 




1,401,135 


637,834 




668,089 


267,140 




280,605 


104,448 




107,488 


8,509,584 




9,039,629 


58,342 




64,458 


697,701 




739,444 


114,273 




121,285 


37,747 




39,182 


210,340 




221,535 


76,222 




79,713 


61,089 




70,226 


78.310 




82,029 


14,097 




14,849 


73,888 




83,037 


175,392 




202,473 


317.874 




337,438 


21,427.283 




23,334.316 


398,791 




419.174 


32,595 




43,600 


719,908 




771,450 


48,627 




50,824 


62,862 




67,529 


159,085 




168,883 


295,183 




309,227 


87,301 




95,252 


4.503.339 




4,760.158 


1,211.393 




1,301.346 


140,038 




148,354 


1,191,925 




1,407.271 


1,026.241 




1.079.399 


109,428 




115,979 


98.216 




102,692 


35.860 




37,260 


415.957 




437,681 


381,718 




411,048 



Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville , 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora. r 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



77 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality- 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover. 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Station.... 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp, 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 



$ 

6,247,621 

418,473 

57,859,197 

710,670 

256,912 

268,122 
73,337 
109.085 
397,089 
228,098 

148,788 

1,071,002 

51,983 

20,745 

521,630 

1,180,694 

107.985 

94,292 

342.922 

279.932 

222,143 
32.437 

427.515 

83,397 

5.440,410 

370,997 

21.241 

12.081,178 

219,773 

143.491 

66.212 
50.758 
85.904 
17,923 
1,080,832 

1,542.429 

649,441 

19,188,243 

49,297 

118,296 

170,579 
64,485 

147,983 
11,570 

118,446 



$ 

456,559 

15,469 

3,461,467 

43,361 

11,381 

13,179 

4,507 

5.016 

63,109 

35,392 

8,815 
58,876 

2,224 

933 

24,349 

40,975 

7,076 

3,672 

36,573 

17.930 

58,781 
2,913 

23,127 

8,058 

363.313 

26,075 

936 

781,734 

13,614 

9,759 

4,009 
2,619 
5,485 
2,029 
59,898 

94,209 

32.240 

1,233,351 

5,532 

6,052 

6,230 

2,570 

9,138 

999 

7,955 



6,704,180 

433.942 

61.320,664 

754,031 

268,293 

281,301 
77,844 
114,101 
460,198 
263,490 

157.603 

1,129.878 

54,207 

21,678 

545.979 

1,221,669 

115,061 

97.964 

379,495 

297,862 

280,924 
35,350 

450,642 

91,455 

5,803,723 

397.072 

22,177 

12,862,912 

233.387 

153.250 

70,221 
53,377 
91,389 
19,952 
1,140,730 

1,636,638 

681.681 

20,421.594 

54,829 

124,348 

176,809 
67,055 

157,121 
12.569 

126,401 



78 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 



Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp... 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges. 
Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg... 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 



$ 
496,130 
108,694 
23,911 
47,714 
91,658 

84,568 

464,967 

70,694 

56,398 

1,595,143 

72,274 

61,377 

770,733 

214,076 

8,660,271 

356,819 
48,216 

172,166 
67,643 

332,512 

584,072 

2,111,194 

52,598 

13.579 

30,550 

30,862 
125,954 
313,750 
766,976 
299,921 

5,524,299 

226,055 

3,228,209 

22,512,181 

196,316 

96.408 

5,220,146 

95,596 

61,033 

571,920 

771,277 

69,455 

10,095,270 

20,197,153 

68.610 



$ 
65.138 
6,326 
1,061 
5,741 
5,006 

4,485 

28,134 

3,339 

4,631 

89,551 

3,452 

3,805 

49,216 

7,606 

1,259,602 

18,915 
2,125 

11,977 
3,952 

19,216 

28.403 

381.429 

2,601 

1,513 

2,588 

1,747 
10.414 
18,547 
66,874 
13,686 

283.579 

13.282 

270.469 

2,791,395 

6.359 

5,742 

583.513 

2,018 

3,428 

45.501 

109,792 
5.461 

744,481 

2.154.508 

2.932 



$ 

561.268 

115,020 

24,972 

53,455 

96,664 

89.053 

493,101 

74,033 

61,029 

1,684,694 

75,726 

65,182 

819,949 

221.682 

9,919,873 

375,734 
50,341 

184,143 
71,595 

351,728 

612,475 

2,492,623 

55.199 

15,092 

33,138 

32,609 
136,368 
332,297 
833,850 
313,607 

5,807.878 
239.337 

3,498.678 

25.303.576 

202.675 

102.150 

5,803.659 

97.614 

64,461 

617,421 

881.069 

74.916 

10.839,751 

22.351.661 

71.542 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



79 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 


Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 


Equities 
Transterred 

through 
Annexations 


Balance at 
December 31, 1972 


$ 

2,235,402 


$ 

119,490 

5,330 

10,074 

33,699 

7,085 

30,140 
45,842 
27,252 
38,761 
373,290 

19.562 
9,845 

26,819 
6.132 
5,088 

42.343 

2,201 

80,588 

111,513 

13,805 

25,874 
70,641 

8,609 
16.819 

2.839 

8.521 

30.196 

106,399 

522 

2,430 

2,492 

6,533 

5,712 

37.355 

10,360 

108,005 
14.667 

3,411 
13,272 

4,229 

4,185 

1.513 

3,600 

823,920 

8.444 


$ 


$ 

2,354,892 


94,332 




99.662 


260.965 




271.039 


737.707 




771,406 


162,265 




169,350 


291,196 




321,336 


139,560 




185,402 


470,981 




498,233 


737,160 




774,921 


6,109,711 




6,483,001 


516,166 




535,728 


73.693 




83,538 


640,052 




666,871 


45.790 




51,922 


101,716 




106,804 


752,963 




795,306 


40.232 




42,433 


1,343,434 




1,424.022 


1,312,474 




1,423,987 


316,141 




329,946 


257,231 
1,174,239 


(142) 


282,963 
1,244,880 


144,781 




153,390 


239,084 




255,903 


62,924 




65,763 


252,437 




260,958 


561,434 




591,630 


1,787,518 




1,893,917 


9,430 




9,952 


63,197 




65,627 


57,762 




60,254 


53,762 




60,295 


98,370 




104,082 


477.140 
91.825 


3,211 


517,706 
102,185 


1.069.391 




1,177.396 


300,978 




315.645 


68,329 




71.740 


118,674 




131,946 


81,839 




86,068 


102,634 




106,819 


29,026 




30,539 


56.291 




59,891 


12,682,823 




13,506,743 


96,208 




104,652 



Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

"Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney , 

Rosseau 

Russell , 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach..... 



80 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality 



St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp, 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 


Additions in the 

Year through 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 


Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 


Balance at 
December 31, 1972 


$ 
97,998 


$ 

5.050 
6.220 

24.396 
152.969 

46,456 

312,217 

1,739,440 

10,402 

12,143 

11,758 

78,455 
15,805 
67.418 
16.946 
4,300 

5,118 
1,874 
9,949 
8,312 
33,789 

24,560 
182,389 
39,597 
34,197 
27,771 

452.185 

3.674 

5.231 

14,573 

5,129 

10.812 
21,184 

7,276 
10,245 

8,500 

5,977 
3,560 
8,603 
7.679 
1.837 

1.487 

34,848 

682,507 

22,550 

44,802 


$ 


$ 

103,048 


124,417 




130,637 


1,077,592 




1,101,988 


3,206,900 




3,359,869 


323,679 




370,135 


9,575,783 




9,888,000 


15.948,539 




17,687,979 


143,386 




153,788 


331,422 




343,565 


175,439 




187,197 


1,274,855 
253,331 


250 


1,353,560 
269,136 


1,208.273 




1,275,691 


224,930 




241,876 


82,845 




87,145 


30,627 




35,745 


51,337 




53,211 


169,292 




179,241 


140,050 




148,362 


380.779 




414,568 


305.789 




330,349 


3,573,277 




3,755,666 


692,641 




732,238 


358,688 




392,885 


257,449 




285,220 


4,887,557 




5,339,742 


71,612 




75,286 


49,817 




55,048 


209,762 




224,335 


82,595 




87,724 


250,100 




260,912 


286,867 




308,051 


128,843 




136,119 


181,755 




192,000 


139,336 




147,836 


141.123 




147,100 


85,404 




88,964 


67,773 




76.376 


101.566 




109,245 


48,219 




50,056 


25.573 




27,060 


1,392,809 




1,427,657 


22,112.868 




22.795,375 


392.215 




414.765 


804,529 




849.331 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



81 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT CHARGES 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



Municipality- 



Balance at 
December 31, 1971 



Additions in the 

Year through. 

Debt Retirement 

Charges 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1972 



Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities. 



123,536,003 

85,061 

1,968,589 

183,367 

291,738 

70,968 

1,107,089 

68,164 

467,538 

1,918,961 

34,273 

48,080 

80.942 

171,002 

230,595 

3,101,484 

225,167 

54,371 

15,842 

3.729.362 

86,648 
113,127 
201,229 

66,627 
149,613 

1,714,799 

219,144 

47,273 

214,722 

28,639 

22,810,102 

427,208 

338,106 

3,470,523 

46,482 

81,946 

10,942,049 

88,967 



577,051,652 



$ 

4,938,592 

6,722 

119,431 

11,434 

18,217 

7,361 

190,869 

5,166 

35,049 

108,869 

1,652 
2,722 
8,340 
9.922 
11,492 

287.591 
7.772 
3,337 
2.080 

233.665 

3.627 
5,478 
8,576 
3.559 
7,136 

154.966 
11,651 

1,889 
13,822 

1,607 

1,265,796 

23,659 

16,943 

192,237 

1,996 

6,013 

578,820 
4,456 



37,989,888 



3,319 



128,474,595 

91,783 

2,088,020 

194,801 

309,955 

78,329 
1,297,958 

73,330 

502,587 

2,027.830 

35.925 

50,802 

89,282 

180,924 

242,087 

3,389,075 

232,939 

57,708 

17,922 

3,963,027 

90,275 
118,605 
209,805 

70,186 
156,749 

1,869,765 

230,795 

49,162 

228,544 

30,246 

24.075.898 

450.867 

355.049 

3,662,760 

48,478 

87,959 

11,520,869 

93,423 



615.044,859 



For total equities accumulated through debt retirement charges see statement on page 16. 



APPENDIX III— RETAIL 



The Commission is engaged in the retail distribution of power and in providing 
retail service as part of its Power District operation, which is quite distinct from the 
municipal electrical utility service, but is seen as comparable in scope with the opera- 
tion of a municipal utility. The service is administered through 67 administrative 
Area Offices which deal primarily with rural customers, and through municipal distri- 
bution systems owned and operated by Ontario Hydro in each of 15 communities 
where there is no elected or appointed municipal utility commission. Statistics relating 
to service in these 1 5 communities now included in this retail section were formerly 
grouped with statistical data for the municipal electrical utilities in the Municipal 
Service Supplement. Particular attention is, therefore, drawn to the notes supple- 
mentary to the statistical tables on pages 89 and 94 dealing with this change. 

Description of Main Classes of Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the farm 
residence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and processing 
of farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm is a residence 
and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on a continuing basis, 
must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm is a viable economic unit. 

The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work of cultivating 
soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in nurseries, fur 
farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties devoted solely to reforestation pro- 
jects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage but not engaged in 
agricultural production are classified according to their use, but not as farms. Small 
properties of 30 acres and under are classified as residential, unless they are operated 
for some intensive or specialized form of agricultural production, for example fruit 
farming, poultry raising, market gardening, or nurseries. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings on the 
property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional dwellings 
occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 

82 



Classes of Retail Service 83 

Classes of Service Defined 

Residential service is provided to establishments used primarily for living accom- 
modation and considered to be the customer's permanent residence. There are two 
sub-classes of residential service for rate purposes - Group 1 (B) covering service in 
designated zones of high customer concentration where there are at least 100 custom- 
ers of any class in a group, with a density of not less than 25 customers per mile of 
any line, and Group 2 (R) covering service elsewhere. 

The all-electric rates in effect throughout the province apply only to year-round 
residential service where the sole source of energy is electricity, that is where electric 
energy exclusively is used day by day for space-heating, cooking, and water-heating 
through the use of a high-performance water-heater having tank and element sizes 
acceptable to Ontario Hydro. 

The residential intermittent-occupancy service is provided to any self-contained 
residential establishment which is not regarded as the customer's permanent residence, 
where residential occupancy is not continuous throughout a large part of the year, 
but rather, seasonal or intermittent, whether in summer or winter, or both. As in the 
year-round residential class, there are two sub-classes of residential intermittent- 
occupancy service for rate purposes. 

The general class covers service to all community business, processing, or manu- 
facturing establishments supplied with single-phase or three-phase electrical service 
at secondary, rural primary distribution, or subtransmission voltage, exclusive of those 
that fall within the definition of the farm class. 



84 Appendix III - Retail Service 

Miles of rural primary line and number of customers 



Total 



customers 
miles of line 



ratio scale 
1,000,000 

800,000 
600,000 

400,000 



200,000 



100,000 
80,000 
60,000 

40,000 



20,000 



10,000 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



Annual increase 




10,000 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 

MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1972 



85 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All- Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Niagara Region 

Beamsville 

Brantford 

Cayuga.. 

Dundas 


604 
854 
747 
408 
990 

893 
831 
308 
598 


3,023 
3,050 
2,575 
1,573 
2,945 

3,585 

3,605 

796 

1,257 


7,105 
4,145 
3,145 
6,561 
6,247 

2,017 
4,606 
7,383 
6,802 


158 
59 

2,577 


847 
726 
629 
633 
1,095 

567 
712 
906 
966 


11,133 
7,980 
8,926 
8,767 


Guelph 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek 

Welland 


497 

434 

1,797 

67 

1,363 


10,784 

6,603 
10,720 

9,152 
10,388 


Total 


6,233 


22,409 


48,011 


6,952 


7,081 


84,453 


Central Region 

Bowmanville 

Brampton 

Markham 

Newmarket 


680 
677 
534 
936 


1,545 
1,403 
1,039 
2,701 


5,287 
11,448 
15,713 
14,504 


1,437 
175 
132 

3,489 


661 
1,008 
1,921 
1,587 


8,930 
14,034 
18,805 
22,281 


Total 


2,827 


6,688 


46,952 


5,233 


5,177 


64,050 


Western Region 

Beachville 

Clinton 

East Elgin 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton 

London 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Wallaceburg 


811 
1,185 

740 
1,130 
1,104 

1,068 
497 
694 

1,069 
489 

522 


3,007 
4,530 
3,108 
5,220 
4,233 

4,063 
1,792 
2,912 
3,594 
1,755 

1,810 


2,840 
2,884 
5,084 
10,852 
4,242 

5,545 
2,773 
1,718 
3,233 
1,859 

661 


40 

2,157 

163 

2,884 

1,127 

2,082 

37 

32 

4 

449 

75 


514 
719 
742 
1,373 
950 

1,205 
611 
417 
639 

457 

244 


6,401 
10,290 

9,097 
20,329 
10,552 

12,895 
5,213 
5,079 
7,470 
4,520 


West Lome 


2,790 


Total 


9,309 


36,024 


41,691 


9,050 


7,871 


94,636 



86 Appendix HI - Retail Service 

MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1972 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All- Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Eastern Region 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Brockville 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Frankford 

Kingston 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Tweed 

Vankleek Hill 


642 
840 
932 
1,409 
657 

918 

1,255 

1,533 

1,573 

794 

969 
1,196 
1,615 


1,251 
547 
2,227 
2,503 
1,613 

2,324 
2,155 
2,762 
2,963 

2,458 

1,343 
4,006 
5,359 


5,257 
2,152 
4,956 
6,677 
3,498 

6,284 
11,006 
4,035 
6,445 
4,160 

2,646 
4,719 
9,082 


2,089 
5,390 
2,301 
2,947 
1,374 

1,080 
3,311 
5,524 
8,757 
1,649 

3,124 

1,436 

708 


707 
495 
866 
1,227 
576 

813 
1,403 

913 
1,185 

743 

672 
1,064 
1,353 


9,304 

8,584 

10,350 

13,354 

7,061 

10,501 
17,875 
13,234 
19,350 
9,010 

7,785 
11,225 


Winchester 


16,502 


Total 


14,333 


31,511 


70,917 


39,690 


12,017 


154,135 


Georgian Bay 
Region 

Alliston 

Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Fenelon Falls 


936 

582 

1,066 

1,199 

908 

673 
844 
666 
1,632 
696 

668 

552 
1,791 


3,017 
1,355 

260 
2,419 

293 

254 
2,123 
1,084 
4,107 

133 

647 
1,411 
6,509 


3,009 
6,745 
3,388 
4,106 
3,171 

2,334 
3,443 
3,615 
4,813 
2,198 

2,821 
2,936 
3,501 


536 

3,723 

11,624 

8,559 

5,718 

7,071 
532 
5,779 
7,486 
4,188 

8,271 
4,892 
2,803 


502 
849 
885 
879 
851 

680 
555 
728 
1,300 
635 

632 
669 
995 


7,064 
12,672 
16,157 
15,963 


Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Owen Sound 


10,033 

10,339 

6,653 

11,206 

17,706 


Parry Sound 


7,154 


Penetanguishene 

Stayner 

Walkerton 


12,371 

9,908 

13,808 


Total 


12,213 


23,612 


46,080 


71,182 


10,160 


151,034 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



87 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1972 



Areas by Regions 



Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 



Number of Customers 



Farm 



Northeastern 
Region 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing 

Kirkland Lake. 

Manitoulin 

Matheson 

New Liskeard.. 

North Bay 

Sudbury 

Timmins 

Warren 

Total 



433 
402 
158 
674 

527 

758 
850 
792 
225 
603 



5,422 



100 

87 

28 

634 

358 

1,150 

398 

196 

66 

486 



Residential 



Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All- Year 



3,503 



4,305 
4,406 
999 
2,486 
1,815 

2,138 
3,844 
15,894 
1,411 
3,137 



Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 



40,435 



521 
450 
571 
1,321 
516 

537 
1,850 
1,809 

329 
1,912 



9,816 



General 



698 
573 
252 
751 
355 

584 
670 
1,387 
289 
550 



6,109 



Total 



5,624 
5,516 
1,850 
5,192 
3,044 

4,409 
6,762 
19,286 
2,095 
6,085 



59,863 



Northwestern 
Region 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 

Geraldton 

Kenora 

Patricia 

Terrace Bay 

Thunder Bay 

Total 



413 
693 
168 
380 
118 

173 
820 

2,765 



186 

776 

1 

50 



596 



1,609 



2,173 
1,438 
1,067 
1,615 
1,568 

1,129 
2,601 

11,591 



620 

530 

54 

2.166 



97 
2,210 

5,677 



510 


3,489 


492 


3,236 


374 


1,496 


481 


4,312 


441 


2,009 


306 


1,532 


563 


5,970 



3,167 



22,044 



88 



Appendix III — Retail Service 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1972 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Municipal Systems 

Operated by 
Ontario Hydro 


Residential 


General 




All-Year 


Seasonal 


Total 


Bala 

Beardmore 

Blind River 


20 

6 

10 

5 

7 

5 

10 
32 

9 
15 

24 
5 
7 

21 

44 


193 
231 
943 
660 
550 

958 
925 

4,982 
737 

1,661 

240 

329 

979 

1,919 

8,062 


638 

335 


81 

71 

201 

113 

118 

196 

177 
852 
116 
336 

72 

83 

112 

259 

1,221 


912 

302 
1,144 


Cobalt 

Englehart 

Geraldton 

Haileybury 

Kirkland Lake 


773 
668 

1,154 
1,102 
5,834 


Mattawa 

New Liskeard 


853 
1,997 


Port Carling 


647 


Powassan 

Schumacher 

South Porcupine 

Timmins 


412 
1,091 
2,178 
9,283 


Total 


220 


23,369 


973 


4,008 


28,350 



SUMMARY 
MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1972 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 




Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


In Areas by Regions 

Niagara 

Central 

Western 

Eastern 

Georgian Bay 

Northeastern 

Northwestern 


6,233 
2,827 
9,309 
14,333 
12,213 
5,422 
2,765 


22,409 

6,688 

36,024 

31,511 

23,612 

3,503 

1,609 


48,011 
46,952 
41,691 
70,917 
46,080 
40,435 
11,591 


6,952 
5,233 
9,050 
39,690 
71,182 
9,816 
5,677 


7,081 
5,177 
7,871 
12,017 
10,160 
6,109 
3,167 


84,453 
64,050 
94,636 
154,135 
151,034 
59,863 
22,044 


Subtotal 

In Ontario Hydro 
Municipal Systems 


53,102 
220 


125,356 


305,677 
23,369 


147,600 
973 


51,582 
4,008 


630,215 
28,350 








Total Retail 


53,322 


125,356 


329,046 


- 148,573 


55,590 


658,565 





Customers, Revenue, and Consumption 



RETAIL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 
CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, AND CONSUMPTION, BY CLASSES OF SERVICE 













Monthly 


Average 


Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Cost 

per 

kWh 






$ 


kWh 




kWh 


i 


In Areas 














Farm 


1966 


21,312,377 


1,240,088,007 


133,305 


771 


1.72 




1967 


22,573,596 


1,349,750,300 


132,454 


847 


1.67 




1968 


24,003,192 


1,424,332,100 


130,406 


903 


1.69 


, 


1969 


27,032,992 


1,516,768,100 


129,582 


972 


1.78 




1970 


27,883,776 


1,586,725,200 


128,322 


1,025 


1.76 




1971 


29,642,894 


1,657,505,400 


126,273 


1,085 


1.79 




1972 


30,400,812 


1,708,195,100 


125,356 


1,131 


1.78 


Residential 


1966 


26,365,167 


1,570,966,227 


227,909 


584 


1.68 


Continuous 


1967 


28,967,165 


1,797,122,700 


238,386 


642 


1.61 


Occupancy 


1968 


32,353,023 


1,992,463,900 


245,009 


687 


1.62 




1969 


39,313,409 


2,269,511,600 


264,250 


738 


1.73 




1970 


42,997,823 


2,524,131,700 


276,910 


777 


1.70 




1971 


48,928,583 


2,823,061,100 


294,918 


823 


1.73 




1972 


53,006,796 


3,071,166,100 


305,677 


852 


1.73 


Residential 


1966 


5,835,789 


130,845,233 


120,611 


92 


4.46 


Intermittent 


1967 


6,229,861 


148,971,200 


125,207 


101 


4.18 


Occupancy 


1968 


6,815,172 


181,449,700 


131,003 


118 


3.76 




1969 


7,645,109 


208,120,000 


136,694 


130 


3.67 




1970 


8,382,464 


248,058,200 


141,022 


149 


3.38 




1971 


9,847,782 


278,306,300 


145,830 


162 


3.54 




1972 


10,245,934 


289,627,100 


147,600 


165 


3.54 


General 


1966 


8,654,367 


478,810,358 


40,363 


987 


1.81 


Single-Phase 


1967 


9,077,859 


515,704,600 


40,560 


1,062 


1.76 




1968 


9,887,524 


562,106,300 


40,335 


1,158 


1.76 




1969 


11,690,421 


643,275,400 


42,027 


1,290 


1.82 




1970 


12,659,180 


705,399,500 


42,776 


1,386 


1.79 




1971 


13,636,706 


750,602,700 


43,773 


1,445 


1.82 




1972 


16,087,833 


897,987,100 


45,870 


1,670 


1.81 


General 


1966 


9,909,979 


964,044,750 


3,356 


24,245 


1.03 


Three- Phase 


1967 


10,345,693 


1,053,614,500 


3,767 


24,653 


0.98 




1968 


11,425,729 


1,141,270,400 


3,932 


24,706 


1.00 




1969 


13,527,305 


1,293,238,800 


4,500 


25,505 


1.05 




1970 


20,817,237 


2,176,499,300 


5,022 


37,783 


0.96 




1971 


24,906,603 


2,395,928,000 


5,409 


38,282 


1.04 




1972 


28,352,633 


2,731,262,400 


5,712 


40,933 


1.03 


In Ontario Hydro 














Municipal Systems 














Residential 


1971 


2,569,869 


180,748,300 


24,614 


616 


1.42 




1972 


2,757,733 


186,598,300 


24,342 


635 


1.48 


General 














Commercial 


1971 


1,585,063 


104,806,600 


3,784 


2,281 


1.51 




1972 


1,881,243 


122,251,800 


3,860 


2,666 


1.54 


Industrial 


1971 


235,642 


18,778,800 


146 


10,538 


1.25 




1972 


270,240 


21,197,900 


148 


12,017 


1.27 



See notes on following page. 



90 Appendix III - Retail Service 

NOTES 

1. Estimated consumptions for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. Commencing in 1970, the data for General Three-Phase Service in Areas include those cus- 
tomers formerly designated as Retail Special. 

3. For purposes of comparison with corresponding data for earlier years when Ontario Hydro 
Municipal System customers were included in the Municipal Electrical Service table on page 
94, data for General Class customers in this group are shown under Commercial Service and 
Industrial Power Service categories roughly in proportion to the former relationship between 
these services. 

4. Commencing in 1971, miscellaneous revenue from other than energy sales is no longer included 
in the revenue figures quoted in the table on page 89. 



SUPPLEMENT 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

In most cities, towns, and villages, and in certain townships adjacent to them, 
retail service is provided by 353 municipal electrical utilities associated with the 
Commission's co-operative undertaking. These utilities served 1,821,795 customers 
in 1972, and the statistics presented in tabular and graphic form commencing in 
1971 are for this group of retail customers only. The data for prior years also include 
retail customers served by Ontario Hydro in a few municipalities where the Commis- 
sion owns and operates the distribution facilities. From 1971 onwards comment on 
these latter communities has been included in the section on Retail Service in 
Appendix in. 

The number of municipal utilities using the general rate for former commercial 
and industrial customers was 311 at the commencement of 1973. The municipal 
utility customers billed on this rate schedule numbered 125,731 at the end of 1972. 
For purposes of comparison with earlier years when this rate was not in effect, these 
customers have also been included in the other services, roughly in proportion to the 

91 



92 



Municipal Electrical Service 



former ratios of these services. Because of this reclassification of customers, revenue, 
and consumption, year-to-year comparisons must of necessity be approximations. 

The municipal electrical utilities increased their investment in fixed assets by 
$61,169,640 to a new total of $982,727,779. This additional investment, together 
with increases of $2,145,292 in inventories and $10,090,099 in net working funds, 
was provided mainly from net income, depreciation charged, new borrowings, and 
contributed capital. The outstanding debentures increased by a net amount of only 
$1,404,871. The amount of capital represented by debentures redeemed rose by 
$6,531,423, and funds set aside to retire debenture debt at some future date were 
increased to $20,615,968 at the end of the year. As a result of these changes, net 
long-term debt in relation to the cost of fixed assets fell from 11.3 per cent at the 
end of 1971 to 10.4 per cent at the end of 1972. 

Total assets of the 353 utilities at December 3 1 , 1 972 amounted to $ 1 ,459,047,98 1 
after the deduction of $275,053,201 in accumulated depreciation. The increase of 



Municipal electrical utilities 



Fixed assets and long-term debt 




400 



200 



100 
80 

60 

40 



20 



10 






mmi^m fixed assets 

long-term debt 



1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



Annual Energy Consumption and Average Cost per Kilowatt-Hour 



93 



$98,494,462 over the value of total assets in 1971 includes an increase of $35,090,777 
in the equity of the utilities in the assets of Ontario Hydro. This equity, shown in 
Statement A at $587,606,219, is equivalent to 40.3 per cent of utility total assets. 
The share of each utility in this total equity represents its annual contributions in the 
cost of power towards the repayment of the Commission's long-term debt, plus 
interest. These utility equities and their sum would correspond to those shown on 
the Commission's schedule of equities accumulated through debt retirement charges 
if this schedule were available when utilities close their books at the end of the year. 
Since this is not possible, the equities shown in Statement A are, with relatively few 
exceptions, those at the end of 1971 rather than 1972. 

The volume of energy sales by municipal electrical utilities in 1972 rose 9.2 per 
cent over that for 1971. This increase, together with higher rates for services and 
higher unit costs of production, produced increases of 14 per cent in total revenue 
and 10.8 per cent in total costs respectively. The revenue for each of the various 
classes of service is compared below. 



Municipal electrical utilities 
Revenue 




1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 



94 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

CUSTOMERS, REVENUE AND CONSUMPTION 

1963 TO 1972 













Monthly- 














Average 


Average 


Class of Service 


Year 


Revenue 


Consumption 


Customers 


Consump- 
tion per 
Customer 


Cost 
per kWh 






$ 


kWh 




kWh 




Residential 


1963 


93,121,018 


8,255,600,930 


1,382,270 


498 


1.13 




1964 


98,724,259 


8,742,950,806 


1,434,174 


508 


1.13 




1965 


106,738,283 


9,423,405,257 


1,475,590 


532 


1.13 




1966 


114,462,536 


10,102,582,788 


1,505,780 


559 


1.13 




1967 


123,236,091 


10,796,826,704 


1,540,505 


584 


1.14 




1968 


137,250,772 


11,531,567,252 


1,565,268 


619 


1.19 




1969 


148,285,270 


12,081,214,500 


1,583,631 


639 


1.23 




1970 


162,817,259 


12,723,418,389 


1,596,367 


667 


1.28 




1971 


175,857,379 


13,112,193,740 


1,586,841 


693 


1.34 




1972 


198,268,553 


13,775,879,806 


1,613,112 


718 


1.44 


Commercial 


1963 


53,130,394 


3,983,332,309 


123,296 


2,692 


1.33 




1964 


58,244,181 


4,460,958,590 


125,555 


2,961 


1.31 




1965 


64,558,257 


4,988,713,185 


127,645 


3,257 


1.29 




1966 


72,309,441 


5,705,565,474 


132,270 


3,595 


1.27 




1967 


81,101,116 


6,450,509,342 


140,087 


3,837 


1.26 




1968 


92,745,351 


7,254,645,414 


151,017 


4,154 


1.28 




1969 


103,091,284 


8,127,936,824 


157,735 


4,388 


1.27 




1970 


118,509,599 


9,141,057,995 


172,556 


4,613 


1.30 




1971 


134,191,673 


9,907,129,902 


175,925 


4,725 


1.35 




1972 


154,611,682 


10,964,053,949 


181,663 


5,110 


1.41 


Industrial Power 


1963 


79,740,870 


9,581,875,552 


23,456 


34,042 


0.83 




1964 


86,451,270 


10,488,380,325 


23,866 


36,622 


0.82 




1965 


95,988,774 


11,668,654,346 


23,675 


41,072 


0.82 




1966 


100,320,320 


12,077,932,115 


23,999 


41,939 


0.83 




1967 


106,988,141 


12,594,313,013 


24,560 


42,733 


0.85 




1968 


120,284,786 


13,708,827,688 


24,859 


46,233 


0.88 




1969 


135,273,556 


14,823,099,864 


25,205 


49,347 


0.91 




1970 


150,620,637 


15,753,135,884 


25,490 


51,791 


0.96 




1971 


170,969,677 


17,171,395,422 


26,833 


54,855 


1.00 




1972 


197,674,798 


19,190,261,946 


27,020 


59,391 


1.03 


General 


1967 


30,517,324 


3,262,998,579 


27,566 


9,864 


0.94 




1968 


49,510,529 


5,110,730,469 


48,825 


11,150 


0.97 




1969 


64,994,694 


6,478,590,301 


64,768 


9,506 


1.00 




1970 


99,350,864 


9,125,502,047 


85,890 


10,095 


1.09 




1971 


131,870,151 


11,396,486,875 


102,452 


10,091 


1.16 




1972 


182,454,200 


14,941,775,698 


125,731 


10,914 


1.22 



Notes : 

1 . Estimated consumptions for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. In order to facilitate comparison with earlier years when there were no General Class cus- 
tomers, the data shown separately for this group for the last six years have also been allocated 
to the Commercial and Industrial Power Service categories roughly in proportion to the 
former relationship between these services. 

3. Commencing in 1968, the method of calculating the monthly consumption per customer was 
changed. The new formula uses the average of the numbers of customers served at the end 
of the current and previous years. 

4. Commencing in 1971, data relating to customers served through municipal systems operated 
by Ontario Hydro have been excluded from the above table and have been added to statistics 
under Ontario Hydro Retail Service on page 89. 

5. Data for Small Commercial customers formerly included under Residential Service are now 
included under Commercial Service. 



Municipal Electrical Service 95 

MUNICIPAL REVENUES 



1972 
Sale of Electrical Energy 

Residential Service $198,268,581 

Commercial Service 80,382,335 

Industrial Service 132,849,924 

General Service 139,054,221 

Street Lighting 6,040,001 

Total Service 556,595,062 

Miscellaneous Revenue 24,158,657 



Total Revenue $580,753,719 



1971 


Increase 

or decrease 

Per Cent 


$175,857,379 


12.7 


78,181,971 


2.8 


102,275,833 


29.9 


124,703,548 


11.5 


6,228,566 


3.0 


487,247,297 


14.2 


22,258,811 


8.5 


$509,506,108 


14.0 



The margin of net income rose from 4 per cent of total revenues in 1971 to 6.7 per 
cent in 1972. Although this increase is somewhat greater than in recent years, it 
enables utilities to reduce borrowing at high interest cost for normal expansion of 
their systems. It also provides a stabilizing factor in the process of retail rate adjust- 
ment. The Commission, in exercising its supervisory control over the activities of 
the municipal electrical utilities as required by The Power Commission Act, considers 
the level of net income in reviewing changes in municipal utility retail rates. 

The books of account from which the foregoing financial information is derived 
are kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system designed 
by the Commission for use by all its municipal electric-utility customers. These 
records are periodically inspected by the Commission's municipal accountants. From 
time to time adjustments and improvements in accounting procedure and office 
routine are recommended as required. By providing this type of assistance and super- 
vision, the Commission seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard 
procedures and the observance of a uniform classification of revenues and expendi- 
tures. The work carried out by the Commission's municipal accountants on behalf 
of the utilities does not, however, constitute an audit of their accounts. The muni- 
cipalities must make their own arrangements for this audit. 



I 

96 Municipal Electrical Service 

MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL UTILITIES 


Year 


1963 
355 


1964 

357 


1965 
360 


1966 

358 


Number of Municipal Utilities Included.... 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
523,032,765 
120,564,846 


$ 
564,408,772 
133,554,046 


$ 
607,675,682 
148,250,022 


$ 
654,128,175 
164,122,993 








402,467,919 
19,175,569 


430,854,726 
22,394,390 


459,425,660 
29,195,624 


490,005,182 

12,138,312 

19,530,448 

9,515,323 

23,415,599 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


-long-term 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


16,225,459 
15,572,525 


13,290,755 
16,566,500 


9,749,732 
18,398,616 














50,973,553 

10,351,372 
5,442,451 
3,235,378 


52,251,645 

10,878,773 
6,626,453 
6,505,335 


57,343,972 

12,648,044 
7,740,863 
8,782,008 


64,599,682 

14,192,035 
9,073,286 
10,162.656 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 




Total other assets 


19,029,201 
329,924,857 


24,010,561 
354,153,351 


29,170,915 
378,707,011 


33.427.977 
406.329,792 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Total 


802,395,530 


861,270,283 


924,647,558 


994,362,633 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


82,865,177 

12,860,334 

8,534,095 


87,951,607 
14,627,872 
9,799,228 


92,106,967 
17,815,810 
10,515,302 


■ 

97,299,929 
21,534,264 
10,693,822 


Other liabilities 






104,259,606 

329,924,857 
2,323,811 


112,378,707 

354,153,351 
2,251,343 


120,438,079 

378,707,011 
2,156,022 


129.528,015 

406,329.792 
1,842,605 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


332,248,668 

92,400,155 
5,442,451 

258,763,652 
9,280,998 


356,404,694 

96,501,461 
6,626,453 

278,077,894 
11,281,074 


380,863,033 

101,145,958 
7,740,863 

300,558,283 
13,901,342 


408,172,397 

105,895,961 
9,073,286 

323,795,867 
17,897,10.7 




Accumulated net income invested 
in plant or held as working funds. 




Total capital 


365,887,256 


392,486,882 


423,346,446 


456,662,221 




Total 


802,395,530 


861,270,283 


924,647,558 


994,362,633 












B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


230,166,226 
5,324,613 


247,890,291 
6,108,283 


272,214,069 
7,176,496 


292,499,953 
8,640,589 


Total revenue 


235,490,839 


253,998,574 


279,390,565 


301,140,542 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


152,433,112 

572,079 

21,989,333 

19,550,879 

9,135,950 

12,557,510 

76,738 


167,184,292 

564,536 

23,527,954 

20,367,906 

9,678,755 

13,486,318 

26,460 


184,480,710 
571,767 
21,920,862 
21,816,697 
10.222,785 
17,744,672 
78,450 


201,058,552 
612,063 
23,123,145 
23,762,160 
11,045,582 
19,352,182 
92,300 


Local generation 






Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


Total expense 


216,315,601 


234,836,221 


256,835,943 


279,045,984 


Net income 


19,175,238 


19,162,353 


22,554,622 


22,094,558 






Number of customers 


1,497,857 


1,552,238 


1,595,343 


1,630,255 



Statements A and B 
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 1963-1972 



97 



1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


355 


354 


354 


353 


353 


353 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


706,702,798 


759,163,167 


815,382,191 


866,551,765 


921,558,139 


982,727,779 


182,315,075 


200,212,484 


219,237,998 


238,749,590 


257,488,023 


275,053,201 


524,387,723 


558,950,683 


596,144,193 


627,802,175 


664,070,116 


707,674,578 


11,784,458 


11,554,954 


12,739,781 


11,889,717 


14,698,217 


20,195,435 


21,164,511 


27,957,092 


23,006,015 


29,340,687 


30,408,110 


34,329,279 


9,039,413 


8,252,468 


7,844,003 


5,827,448 


5,272,152 


5,160,192 


23,168,868 


27,549,947 


31,285,055 


32,352,591 


36,133,163 


44,081,793 


1,834,703 


1,488,012 


3,029,452 


2,928,405 


3,196,264 


3,170,023 


66,99-1,953 


76,802,473 


77,904,306 


82,338,848 


89,707,906 


106,936,722 


15,803,084 


15,883,122 


17,486,722 


18,107,495 


18,556,619 


20,701,911 


11,099,516 


11,969,393 


13,651,400 


15,859,915 


17,834,443 


20,615,968 


10,185.521 


11,696,011 


14,171,097 


14,822,683 


17,868,993 


15,512,583 


37,088,121 


39,548,526 


45,309,219 


48,790,093 


54,260,055 


56,830,462 


439,046,394 


464,803,659 


492,190,861 


520,667,796 


552,515,442 


587,606,219 


1,067,514,191 


1,140,105,341 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1,360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


99,973,438 


108,216,271 


115,947,129 


117,438,918 


121,562,154 


122,967,025 


28,417,741 


40,797,753 


48,349,939 


50,925,570 


57,209,863 


64,348,580 


8,671,660 


13,611,744 


14,857,102 


15,748,438 


17,823,374 


17,428,398 


137,062,839 


162,625,768 


179,154,170 


184,112,926 


196,595,391 


204,744,003 


439,046,394 


464,803,659 


492,190,861 


520,667,796 


552,515,442 


587,606,219 


1,458,579 


1,338,735 


1,346,164 


1,067,275 


1,060,598 


961,743 


440,504,973 


466,142,394 


493,537,025 


521,735,071 


553,576,040 


588,567,962 


110,647,680 


116,735,092 


122,655,357 


128,751,301 


134,884,232 


141,415,655 


11,099,516 


11,969,393 


13,651,400 


15,859,915 


17,834,443 


20,615,968 


345,444,966 


355,282,175 


369,349,157 


388,752,020 


408,399,919 


445,801,618 


22,754,217 


27,350,519 


33,201,470 


40,387,679 


49,263,494 


57,902,775 


489,946,379 


511,337,179 


538,857,384 


573,750,915 


610,382,088 


665,736,016 


1,067,514,191 


1,140,105,341 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1,360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


316,856,666 


355,980,197 


393,604,382 


439,342,533 


487,247,297 


556,595,062 


9,690,237 


10,952,677 


13,420,863 


14,908,233 


22,258,811 


24,158,657 


326,546,903 


366,932,874 


407,025,245 


454,250,766 


509,506,108 


580,753,719 


220,454,314 


252,555,717 


288,156,598 


325,567,580 


373,906,802 


419,458,744 


708,788 


749,020 


813,078 


877,188 


967,032 


1,013,587 


25,552,916 


28,713,279 


30,231,314 


33,066,815 


35,900,479 


38,791,768 


26,050,076 


29,316,059 


32,811,759 


34,289,142 


36,375,738 


38,240,177 


12,131,296 


13,359,494 


14,683,093 


15,530,872 


15,796,567 


16,146,289 


21,137,680 


22,018,755 


23,592,618 


24,729,702 


26,024,776 


27,904,709 


57,309 


67,422 


68,910 


66,934 


25,000 


88,685 


306,092,379 


346,779,746 


390,357,370 


434,128,233 


488,996,394 


541,643,959 


20,454,524 


20,153,128 


16,667,875 


20,122,533 


20,509,714 


39,109,760 


1,673,104 


1,709,111 


1,738,512 


1,766,086 


1,789,599 


1,821,795 



98 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Acton 
5,084 


Ailsa Craig 
545 


Ajax 
12,368 


Alexandria 
3,144 


Alfred 
1,094 


Alliston 
3.148 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

795.553 
148.273 


$ 

83.453 
12,908 


$ 

2,247,737 
671,095 


$ 

569,703 
200,429 


$ 

124,460 
54,108 


$ 

465,643 


Less accumulated depreciation 


169.199 




647,280 

13.660 

85.000 

3,000 

20,076 


70,545 
8,467 


1,576,642 

38,726 

125,000 

5,550 

42,891 

10,937 


369,274 

76,013 
3.000 


70,352 

24.158 
5,000 


296,444 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


17.923 
25.000 






33,000 


Accounts receivable (net) 


1,931 


7,993 


1.672 


21.192 
















121,736 
2,422 


10,398 


223.104 
42.685 


87,006 
22,531 


30,830 


97.115 


OTHER ASSETS 


6,002 


Sinking fund on debentures 










4.909 


4,287 


694 














2,422 
730,610 




47.594 
631.812 


26,818 
345,174 


694 

54.744 


6,002 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


74,842 


350.130 


Total 


1,502,048 


155,785 


2,479,152 


828,272 


156,620 


749,691 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


18,200 

49,756 

6,408 




580,500 
139,144 
66.900 


42,500 
35,456 
16,740 


10.000 

15,724 

1,050 




3,378 
252 


27,673 




6,755 








74,364 
730,610 


3,630 

74,842 


786.544 
631,812 


94,696 
345,174 


26,774 

54,744 


34,428 


RESERVES 


350,130 




















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


730.610 
65.739 


74,842 
6,883 


631,812 
314,535 


345,174 
60,578 


54,744 
28.000 

45.369 
1.733 


350,130 
29,990 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds 


569,786 
61,549 


70,233 
197 


608,009 
138,252 


324,187 
3,637 


331,343 
3,800 








697,074 


77,313 


1,060,796 


388,402 


75,102 


365,133 






Total.... 


1,502,048 


155,785 


2,479,152 


828,272 


156,620 


749,691 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


491,867 
13,805 


44,077 
1,038 


1,201.320 
48,896 


380,133 
19,642 


96.187 
3.763 


327,912 
14,190 


Total revenue 


505,672 


45,115 


1,250,216 


399,775 


99,950 


342,102 


EXPENSE 


355,313 


32,191 


880,222 


293,921 


79.510 


259,859 






Operation and maintenance 


29,897 

37,643 

5,541 

18,313 


601 
3,980 


68,665 
98,436 
67,959 
57.935 


23,804 

30,249 

4,572 

17,958 


2.529 
7,844 
2.886 
4.481 


16,122 


Administration 

Financial 


28.759 


Depreciation 

Other 


2,568 


12,797 
















Total expense 


446,707 


39,340 


1,173,217 


370,504 


97,250 


317,537 


Net income (net expense) 


58,965 


5,775 


76,999 


29,271 


2,700 


24,565 






Number of customers 


1 1,727 


257 


3.809 


1,265 


375 


1.223 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



99 



Almonte 
3,708 


Alvinston 
699 


Amherstburj 
4,876 


I Ancaster 
Twp. 
15,205 


Apple Hill 
325 


Arkona 
454 


Arnprior 
5,966 


Arthur 
1,404 


Athens 
1,043 


$ 

678,785 
223,047 


$ 
86,475 
42,457 


$ 

892,145 
233,393 


$ 

460,929 
157,829 


$ 

35,395 
16,065 


$ 

60,154 
26,330 


$ 

944,822 
319,915 


$ 

236,920 
71,281 


$ 

121,552 
39,518 


455,738 
42,027 


44,018 
18,477 


658,752 
41,328 


303,100 

799 
25,000 


19,330 
5,704 


33.824 
20,216 


624,907 

80,832 
20,000 


165,639 
9,919 


82,034 
15.009 


13,000 


7,000 
790 
323 


18,000 
10,764 




6,000 
943 
356 


10,000 

6,664 

248 




4,108 


6,394 


825 


17.202 


3.235 
3,466 














59,135" 
3,115 


26,590 
98 


70,092 
28,658 


32,193 
464 


6,529 


27,515 


118,034 
6,628 


26.831 
544 


21,710 
















939 








1.229 


4,145 
















3,115 


98 
75,869 


28,658 
609,801 


1,403 
293,722 






6,628 
599,363 


1.773 
148,095 


4,145 


202,606 


22,874 


57,533 


76,625 


720,594 


146,575 


1,367,303 


630,418 


48,733 


118,872 


1,348,932 


342,338 


184,514 








12,200 

6,744 

12,492 






15.478 

71.164 

9,234 


28,700 
13,137 
11,138 




19,001 
4,312 


3,878 
165 


64,870 
12,184 


1,551 
60 


2,564 


10,228 
905 








23,313 
202,606 


4,043 
75,869 


77,054 
609,801 


31,436 
293,722 


1.611 

22,874 


2,564 
57,533 


95,876 

599,363 
942 


52,975 
148,095 


11,133 
76,625 


















202,606 
72,000 


75,869 
23,529 


609,801 
68,237 


293,722 
116,046 


22,874 
5,080 


57,533 
13,113 


600,305 
129,766 


148,095 
30,213 


76,625 
12,988 


421,064 
1,611 


42,734 
400 


583.562 
28,649 


168,007 
21,207 


19,168 


45,662 


489,980 
33,005 


111,055 


82,148 
1,620 












494,675 


66,663 


680,448 


305,260 


24,248 


58,775 


652,751 


141,268 


96,756 


720,594 


146,575 


1,367,303 


630,418 


48,733 


118,872 


1,348,932 


342,338 


184,514 










297,159 
11,278 


36,123 
1,463 


538,722 
27,018 


242,849 
5,902 


15,593 
1,122 


23,687 
1,227 


665,589 
42,373 


161,239 
2,478 


73,742 
3,014 


308,437 


37,586 


565,740 


248,751 


16,715 


24,914 


707,962 


163,717 


76,756 


184,834 
25,614 


22,533 


424,815 


179,056 


12,469 


21,953 


531,015 


118,998 


54,695 


20,890 
30,022 


2,267 
7,894 


20,334 
44,293 


50,316 

32,032 

5,480 

13,906 


1,343 
2.079 


1,870 
1,890 


21,921 

29,625 

5,034 

37,823 


7,717 

10,561 

3,654 

6,929 


4,835 
4,869 


18,162 


3,294 


21,610 


1,310 


2,146 


3,865 




















279,522 


35,988 


511,052 


280,790 


17,201 


27,859 


625,418 


147,859 


68,264 


28,915 


1,598 


54,688 


(32,039) 


(486) 


(2,945) 


82,544 


15,858 


8,492 


1,305 


352 


1,780 


1,191 


121 


204 


2,176 


602 


436 



100 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Atikokan 
6,047 


Aurora 
13,064 


Avonmore 
230 


Aylmer 
4,657 


Ayr 
1,300 


Baden 
962 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
753.593 
355,165 


$ 

1,625,711 

364,273 


50,396 
17,169 


S 

634,987 
273,636 


$ 

158,677 
44,745 


$ 
139,464 


Less accumulated depreciation 


49,895 




398,428 

280 
55,000 


1,261,438 

77,674 
50,000 


33,227 
2,375 


361,351 
59,363 


113,932 

5,441 
15,079 


89 569 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


11,714 
14,000 












26,840 
1,816 


15,752 
4,585 


2,186 


12,926 


1.570 


839 


Other 














Total current assets 

OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


83,936 
11,624 


148,011 
2,265 


4,561 


72,289 
998 


22,090 
230 


26,553 
130 


Sinking fund on debentures 








13,063 


8,411 


527 
















Total other assets 


24,687 
384,388 


10,676 
659,098 


527 
15,636 


998 
597,633 


230 

134,574 


130 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


175,894 


Total 


891,439 


2,079,223 


53,951 


1,032,271 


270,826 


292,146 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 


113,000 
28,359 
26,872 


127,000 

88,448 
19,588 


7,000 
1,572 
7,000 








55.785 
3,895 


11.438 
841 


8,237 


Other liabilities 


477 


Total liabilities 


168,231 
384,388 


235,036 
659,098 


15,572 
15,636 


59,680 
597.633 


12.279 
134,574 


8.714 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


175.894 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


384.388 
287.000 


659,098 

94,845 


15,636 
7,000 


597.633 
88,185 


134.574 
17,503 


175.894 
5.000 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds. . 
Contributed capital 


22,111 
29,709 


865,825 
224,419 


11,653 
4,090 


286,773 


105,598 
872 


101,638 
900 








Total capital 


338,820 


1,185,089 


22,743 


374,958 


123.973 


107.538 






Total 


891,439 


2,079,223 


53,951 


1,032,271 


270,826 


292,146 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


383,323 
28,243 


978,479 
56,561 


16,003 
1,392 


470,999 
3.588 


123,077 
3,163 


88,730 
4,966 


Total revenue 


411,566 


1,035,040 


17,395 


474,587 


126,240 


93,696 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


238,427 


768,919 


10,861 


389,258 


96,560 


70,484 


Operation and maintenance 


43,631 
73,667 
31,352 
29,657 


48,703 
67,666 
19,962 
39,453 


1,175 
1,959 
1,640 
1,480 


25,001 
21,311 


4,575 
10,571 


6,496 


Administration 


6,658 


Depreciation 


19,164 


5,083 


4,310 


Other 


















Total expense 


416,734 


944,703 


17,115 


454,734 


116,789 


87,948 


Net income (net expense) 


(5,168) 


90,337 


- 280 


19,853 


9,451 


5,748 


Number of customers 


1,836 


3.757 


114 


1.816 


467 


308 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



101 



Bancroft 
2,180 


Earrie 
26,784 


Barry's Bay 
1,433 


Bath 
793 


Beachburg 
539 


Beachville 
998 


Beamsville 
4,100 


Beaverton 
1,312 


Beeton 
1,044 


$ 

535,297 
220,126 


$ 
4,469,614 
1,509,403 


157,067 
43,870 


$ 
133,165 
41,555 


$ 

87,701 
42,250 


$ 
162,270 
77,843 


$ 
474,502 
182,477 


$ 
257,604 
78,797 


$ 
143,238 
37,482 


315,171 
30,477 


2,960,211 
203,138 


113,197 


91,610 

6,136 
10,000 


45,451 

10,264 
5,000 


84,427 
21,233 


292,025 

59,205 
40,000 


178,807 
20,451 


105,756 
7,373 


20.000 










28,000 
7,935 






8,123 


163,659 
851 


1,247 


4,871 


674 


3,269 


6,913 


5,008 


















58,600 
878 


367,648 
129,486 


1,247 


21,007 


15,938 


57,168 


102,474 


27,364 
321 


12,381 
918 
















1,003 


35,185 


727 




1.465 




















1,881 


164,671 
2,547,139 


727 
56,553 




1,465 
33,678 






321 
183,841 


918 


137,467 


47,442 


347,781 


239,322 


102,052 


513,119 


6,039,669 


171,724 


160,059 


96,532 


489,376 


633,821 


390,333 


221,107 


6 000 


722,965 
263,737 
105,477 


13,500 

3,328 

553 


2,000 

8,670 

994 


28,100 

5,749 

135 










13,526 
2,080 


18,625 
689 


28,671 
5,526 


13,582 
1,480 


8,809 
1,440 


21,606 
137.467 


1,092,179 
2,547,139 


17,381 
56,553 


11,664 
47,442 


33,984 
33,678 


19,314 
347,781 


34,197 
239,322 


15,062 
183,841 


10,249 
102,052 




















137,467 
126,500 


2,547,139 
145,366 


56,553 
12,000 


47,442 
15,500 


33,678 
23,900 


347,781 
5,537 


239,322 
37,500 


183,841 
12,839 


102,052 
13,610 


215,983 
11 563 


2,038,036 
216,949 


81,365 
4,425 


69,605 
15,848 


4,745 
225 


115,134 
1,610 


315,260 
7,542 


178,591 


95,196 








354,046 


2,400,351 


97,790 


100,953 


28,870 


122,281 


360,302 


191,430 


108,806 


513,119 


6,039,669 


171,724 


160,059 


96,532 


489,376 


633,821 


390,333 


221,107 




















197,705 
15,194 


3,298,379 
111,291 


86,112 
4,711 


50,051 
3,476 


35,981 
1,948 


213,294 
8,340 


244,489 
19,312 


151,622 
4,762 


68,034 
3,401 


212,899 


3,409,670 


90,823 


53,527 


37,929 


221,634 


263,801 


156,384 


71,435 


132,934 
7,616 


2,507,571 


68,727 


40,511 


27,872 


204,744 


187,850 


112,294 


51,511 


11,272 
16,801 
6,660 


246,726 

192,882 

46,971 

151,054 


3,502 
9,856 
2,785 
4,799 


2,205 

4,976 

638 

4,267 


1,645 
2,771 
4,495 
2,943 


4,698 
5,205 


15,302 
22,603 


8,790 
9,889 


4,712 
5,244 


19,369 


6,439 


16,369 


9,523 


4,832 




















194,652 


3,145,204 


89,669 


52,597 


39,726 


221,086 


242,124 


140,496 


66,299 


18,247 


264,466 


1,154 


930 


(1,797) 


548 


21,677 


15,888 


5,136 


852 


9,974 


489 


287 


254 


350 


1,482 


742 


436 



102 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Belle River 
2,808 


Belleville 
34,351 


Belmont 
780 


Blenheim 
3,430 


Bloomfield 
742 


Blyth 
809 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

338.359 
59,097 


$ 

6,104,822 
1.879,705 


$ 

114,597 
48,409 


$ 
553,673 
193,843 


$ 

82,398 
44,978 


$ 

134.704 
53,351 


Less accumulated depreciation 




279,262 
22,114 


4,225.117 
268.131 


66,188 

6,044 
25,000 


359,830 
7,560 


37,420 

14,432 
3,500 
3,993 
1,151 


81,353 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


15,203 




2,000 
7,285 






2.766 

2,098 

296 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


179,143 


311 


6,250 


















31,399 
857 


447,274 
94,442 


31,355 


13,810 
3,867 


23,076 


20,363 


OTHER ASSETS 


114 


Sinking fund on debentures 










11.664 


3.082 




















857 
140,974 


106,106 
3,110,720 


3,082 
59,535 


3,867 
297.705 




114 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


75,446 


114.061 


Total 


452,492 


7,889,217 


160,160 


675,212 


135,942 


215,891 


LIABILITIES 


32,500 

18,245 

2,227 


1.073,000 
99,229 
52.409 


38,000 
8,930 
1,121 










531 
4.113 


5,702 
380 


7.758 


Other liabilities 


207 








52,972 
140,974 


1,224,638 
3,110,720 


48,051 
59.535 


4,644 
297,705 


6,082 
75,446 


7.965 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


114.061 






















140.974 
22,055 


3,110,720 
456,997 


59,535 
14,478 


297,705 
98,679 


75,446 
9,797 


114,061 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


16,032 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


221,477 
15,014 


3,006,328 
90,534 


36,275 
1,821 


274,184 


44,617 


75,198 
2.635 










Total capital 


258,546 


3,553,859 


52,574 


372,863 


54,414 


93.865 


Total 


452,492 


7,889,217 


160,160 


675,212 


135,942 


215,891 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


204,363 
11,507 


3,151,087 
240,896 


92,233 
6,074 


225,794 
12,907 


48,877 
1,870 


91.926 
3,981 






Total revenue 


215,870 


3,391,983 


98,307 


238,701 


50,747 


95,907 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


149,301 


2,262,873 


76,117 


166,370 


38,778 


71,819 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


14,966 

16,864 

4.972 

8.163 


257,277 
312,065 
104,090 
191,689 


2,435 
6,070 
4,781 
4,194 


16,759 
30,900 


2,579 
4.186 


8.085 
4,168 








16,427 


3.231 


4,925 


Other 


















Total expense 


194,266 


3,127,994 


93,597 


230,456 


48,774 


88,997 






Net income (net expense) 


21,604 


263,989 


4,710 


8,245 


1,973 


6,910 


Number of customers 


1,045 


12,348 


266 


1,353 1 


320 


355 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



103 



Bobcaygeon 
1.389 


Bolton 
3,251 


Bothwell 
813 


Bowmanville 
8,862 


Bracebridge 
3,400 


Bradford 
3,260 


Braeside 
504 


Brampton 
42.804 


Brantford 
60.609 


$ 

314,929 
136.114 


$ 

672,246 
139.931 


$ 

119,264 
51,181 


$ 

1,353,442 
604,081 


$ 

1,305,902 
393,796 


$ 

504.710 

179.187 


$ 

64,848 
20,271 


9,824,509 
1,895.864 


$ 

9.898,305 
2,976,111 


178,815 
19,855 


532.315 
502 


68,083 
16,755 


749,361 

22,745 
30,000 
59,687 
42,854 
18,840 


912,106 


325,523 
23,178 


44,577 
19,999 


7,928,645 
224,190 


6,922,194 
67,458 


15,000 




300,000 












3,000 
1,588 






5.356 


69.111 


3,478 


13,106 


35,885 
1,472 


453,300 
1,110 


235,933 
376 














40.211 
4,386 


69.613 


20,233 
385 


174,126 
17,502 


13,106 

8,588 


60,535 
21,590 


24.587 


678,600 
314,535 


603,767 
160,590 










3.890 


14.153 




6.303 


12,222 


5,036 


2.107 


56,436 


2,750 








8,276 
102,814 


14,153 
181.190 


385 
88,628 


23,805 
1,073,883 


20,810 
59,271 


26,626 
258,499 


2,107 

129.287 


370,971 
2,502,765 


163,340 
8,145.244 


330,116 


797,271 


177,329 


2,021,175 


1,005,293 


671,183 


200,558 


11,480,981 


15,834,545 


46,300 


257,541 

44,636 

3,590 






168,000 
52,404 






3,092,660 

1,020,313 

44,226 


240,000 


17,803 
639 


6,136 
115 


45,305 
25,692 


26,732 
6,239 


11.002 
121 


456.430 
137.174 








64,742 
102,814 


305.767 
181,190 


6.251 
88,628 


70,997 
1,073,883 


220,404 
59,271 


32,971 
258,499 


11.123 
129.287 


4,157,199 
2.502.765 


833.604 
8,145,244 




















102,814 
42,700 


181,190 
76,793 


88,628 
5,534 


1,073,883 
71,000 


59,271 
460,800 


258,499 
23,351 


129,287 
6,000 


2,502.765 
948.661 


8,145,244 
1,454,683 


119,579 
281 


129,242 
104,279 


76,916 


801,556 
3,739 


264,543 
275 


355,533 
829 


54,148 


2.644.355 
1,228,001 


4,981,567 
419,447 










162,560 


310,314 


82,450 


876,295 


725,618 


379,713 


60,148 


4,821,017 


6.855,697 


330,116 


797,271 


177,329 


2,021,175 


1,005,293 


671,183 


200,558 


11,480,981 


15,834,545 


















172,149 
4,499 


310,459 
7,585 


57,375 
3,923 


926,098 
48,095 


350,058 
13,731 


270,055 
12,745 


127,604 
1,637 


4,268,886 
52,642 


5,330,683 

255,700 


176,648 


318,044 


61,298 


974,193 


363,789 


282,800 


129,241 


4,321,528 


5,586,383 


113,751 


200,777 


44,116 


729,345 


139,284 
81,346 
41,350 
43,895 
34,491 
33,688 


189,921 


115,297 


2,905,349 


4,194,858 


13,287 

17,871 

7.606 


14,702 
22,593 
38,206 
16,273 


2,471 
7,576 


57,049 
66,302 


24,837 

27.276 

12 

18,093 


670 
3,552 


223,851 
232,940 
389,839 
223,156 


301,097 

293,504 

62,068 


11.471 


4,111 


49,547 


2.459 


276,508 




















163,986 


292,551 


58,274 


902,243 


374,054 


260,139 


121,978 


3,975,135 


5,128,035 


12,662 


25,493 


3,024 


71,950 


(10,265) 


22,661 


7,263 


346,393 


458,348 


893 


1,241 


373 


3,109 


1,507 


1,169 


170 


12,235 


21,202 



104 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Brantford 
Twp. 
9,159 


Brechin 
230 


Bridgeport 
2,400 


Brigden 
554 


Brighton 
2,909 




Population 


19,893 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,949.113 
701,822 


$ 

28,822 

9.462 


212,446 
48,663 


73,559 
31,232 


s 

472,961 
102,755 


$ 
3,507,781 


Less accumulated depreciation 


976,025 




1.247,291 

115,185 
90,000 


19,360 
2,100 


163,783 

10,012 
31,000 


42,327 
21,023 


370,206 
12,347 


2,531,756 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


208,566 




6,500 
1,142 










13,765 
792 


2,896 


449 
90 


8,845 


37,932 


Other 
















219,742 
36,809 


9,742 


43,908 
376 


21,562 
160 


21,192 
22,727 


246,498 


OTHER ASSETS 


77,854 










2,325 


322 


102 




4,791 


3,173 








Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


39.134 
782,199 


322 
31,003 


478 
130,873 


160 
60,405 


27,518 
228,994 


81,027 
2,350,346 


Total 


2,288,366 


60,427 


339,042 


124,454 


647,910 


5,209,627 


LIABILITIES 


231,895 
132,787 
58,822 




6,606 

16,441 

2,945 




89,400 

37,369 

3,704 


340,000 


Current liabilities 


4,833 
154 


20 
173 


196,852 


Other liabilities 


7,781 






Total liabilities 

RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


423.504 
782,199 


4,987 
31,003 


25,992 
130,873 


193 
60,405 


130,473 
228,994 


544,633 
2,350,346 


















782,199 
423,462 


31,003 
2,664 


130,873 
33,043 


60,405 
8.000 


228,994 
45,600 


2,350,346 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


665,570 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


606.220 
52,981 


21,773 


143,830 
5,304 


55,856 


238,497 
4,346 


1,556,628 
92,450 












1,082,663 


24,437 


182,177 


63,856 


288,443 


2,314,648 






Total 


2,288,366 


60,427 


339,042 


124,454 


647,910 


5,209,627 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,247,715 
41,317 


20,963 
594 


148,580 
6,606 


24,701 
2,614 


242,933 
4,694 


1,941,693 
106,174 


Total revenue 


1,289,032 


21,557 


155,186 


27,315 


247,627 


2,047,867 


EXPENSE 


1,043,843 


18.061 


100,238 


21,189 


171,966 


1,489,292 






Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


98,187 
63,367 
57,291 
64,480 


722 
1,927 


12,851 

18,019 

2,607 

5,861 


1,753 
2,915 


12,433 

20,183 

5,664 

11,138 


130.483 

143,901 

87,061 




897 


2,592 


107,879 


Other 


















Total expense 


1,327,168 


21,607 


139,576 


28,449 


221,384 


1,958,616 


Net income (net expense) 


(38,136) 


(50) 


15,610 


(1,134) 


26,243 


89,251 


Number of customers 


3,075 


109 


714 


217 


1,251 


7,307 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



105 



Brussels 
911 


Burford 
1,152 


Burgessville 
303 


Burks Falls 
851 


Burlington 
87,067 


Cache Bay 
756 


Caledonia 
3.165 


Campbell- 
ford 
3,420 


Campbell- 
ville 
243 


$ 
117.338 
23,626 


$ 
175,598 
73,364 


$ 
56,403 
17,367 


$ 
130,418 
34,564 


$ 

14,503,656 

2,950,713 


$ 
79,576 
34,690 


342,356 
121,015 


$ 

1,025,131 

328,543 


$ 

32,289 
13,584 


93,712 

14,460 
10,000 


102,234 

7,976 
3,500 


39,036 
1,257 


95,854 
3,544 


11,552,943 
108,439 


44,886 

920 

7,000 

12,000 

4,491 

20 


221,341 
72,453 


696,588 

31,805 
20,000 


18,705 

3.583 
1,000 




1,500 
39 
60 


11,690 

8,757 


35,000 

484,565 

23,870 




991 


3,265 


3,455 


4,994 


15,950 

448 


830 

57 












27,725 
173 


14,931 
71 


2,856 


23,991 
116 


651,874 
229,863 


24,431 
65 


77,447 
1.058 


68,203 
26,604 


6,461 








3,678 








44,996 


216 




2,722 
















3,851 


71 
128,401 




116 
75,691 


274,859 
3,652,651 


281 
39,089 


1.058 
190.319 


29,326 
90,259 




119,280 


38,476 


28,118 


244,568 


245,637 


80,368 


195,652 


16,132,327 


108,687 


490,165 


884,376 


53,284 




1,149 
7,947 
1,753 






1,875,000 
835,076 
323,809 






83,000 

30,042 

3,101 




5.914 
313 


2,267 
450 


7,617 
108 


4,305 
461 


13.170 
5,872 


1,484 






6,227 
119,280 


10,849 
128,401 


2,717 
38,476 


7,725 
75,691 


3,033,885 
3,652,651 


4.766 
39,089 


19,042 
190,319 


116,143 
90,259 


1,484 
28,118 




















119,280 
28.000 


128.401 
19.705 


38,476 
3.500 


75,691 
29,147 


3,652,651 
1,554,959 


39,089 
25,359 


190,319 
15,525 


90,259 
69,500 


28,118 
5,448 


91.061 


86.682 


35,485 
190 


83,089 


6,039,504 
1,851,328 


39,473 


260,874 
4,405 


599,687 
8,787 


18,234 












119.061 


106,387 


39,175 


112,236 


9,445,791 


64.832 


280,804 


677,974 


23,682 


244,568 


245,637 


80,368 


195,652 


16,132,327 


108,687 


490,165 


884,376 


53,284 




















66,373 
2.453 


88,263 
9,654 


26,205 
2,288 


95.315 
1,585 


7,385,166 
277,319 


30.901 
3,000 


175,865 
12,064 


278,162 
21.002 


14,003 
2,051 


68,826 


97,917 


28,493 


96,900 


7,662,485 


33,901 


187,929 


299,164 


16,054 


54,752 


63,297 


19,134 


71.786 


5,388,345 


25,998 


116.647 


155,225 
17,690 
16,112 
41,537 
14,180 
27,511 


12,940 


3.668 
5.098 


14.354 

10.223 

1,216 

6,090 


1,583 
2,576 


5,771 
8.201 


545,160 
373,211 
298,006 
375,319 


1,693 

4,558 

22 

2,915 


15,684 
19,387 


1,022 
1.934 


3.710 


2,000 


3,714 


10,708 


1.399 




















67,228 


95,180 


25,293 


89,472 


6,980,041 


35,186 


162,426 


272,255 


17,295 


1,598 


2,737 


3,200 


7,428 


682,444 


(1,285) 


25,503 


26,909 


(1,241) 


424 


473 


116 


391 


24,222 


217 


1,113 


1,524 


97 



106 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Cannington 
1,068 


Capreol 
3,600 


Cardinal 
1,857 


Carleton 
Place 
5,036 


Casselman 
1,337 


Cayuga 
1.059 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

176,887 
61,005 


$ 

511,238 
96,557 


$ 

133,067 
45,486 


667,901 
176,232 


$ 

172,022 
50,671 


$ 

182,561 


Less accumulated depreciation 


53.503 




115,882 
10,679 


414,681 
31,691 


87,581 
7,378 


491,669 
71,993 


121,351 


129,058 


CURRENT ASSETS 


24,983 










1,870 
2,116 

28 






15.000 
9,064 


8,000 

3,476 

110 


3,600 
3,066 




8,055 
776 


4,564 




515 












14,693 
37 


40,522 


11,942 


96,057 
14,074 


11,586 


32,164 


OTHER ASSETS 


256 
















1.505 


1,069 


248 


2,366 


2,400 










37 
118,533 


1,505 
208,534 


1,069 
131,653 


14,322 
677,326 


2,366 
76,241 


2,656 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


91,708 


Total 


249,145 


665,242 


232,245 


1,279,374 


211,544 


255,586 


LIABILITIES 


9,200 

6,937 

886 


29,000 

20,184 

7,857 




13,050 

32,096 

7,915 








6,794 
1,284 


11,094 
103 


6,752 


Other liabilities 


704 








17,023 
118,533 


57,041 
208,534 


8,078 
131,653 


53,061 
677,326 


11,197 
76,241 


7,456 


RESERVES 


91,708 






















118,533 
15,332 


208,534 
89,785 


131,653 
11,014 


677,326 
95,247 


76,241 
65,162 


91,708 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


20,000 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


96,909 
1,348 


247,512 
62,370 


81,500 


422,059 
31,681 


57,279 
1,665 


133,282 
3.140 








Total capital 


113,589 


399,667 


92,514 


548,987 


124,106 


156.422 






Total 


249,145 


665,242 


232,245 


1,279,374 


211,544 


255,586 


















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


85,769 
3,420 


256,575 
10,528 


90,038 
1,538 


436,508 
18,767 


112,956 
5,544 


93.524 
4,744 


Total revenue 


89,189 


267,103 


91,576 


455,275 


118,500 


98,268 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


61,309 


174,657 


63,298 


301,600 


89,096 


59.387 


Local generation 




2,979 
5,709 
1,600 
6,921 


18,476 

29,313 

5,065 

12,080 


7,907 
5,793 


32,357 

34,011 

5,822 

18,906 


2,800 
10,503 
3,719 
4,946 


7,528 


Administration 


11.633 


Depreciation 

Other 


4,628 


5.861 
















Total expense 


78,518 


239,591 


81,626 


392,696 


111,064 


84,409 


Net income (net expense) 


10,671 


27,512 


9,j)50 


62,579 


7,436 


13,859 


Number of customers 


511 


1,233 


681 


1,946 


463 


437 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



107 



Chalk 
River 
1,073 


Chapleau 
Twp. 
3.415 


Chatham 
33,288 


Chatsworth 
384 


Chesley 
1,683 


Chesterville 
1,226 


Chippawa 
4,350 


Clifford 
556 


Clinton 
2,993 


$ 

112.163 
46,134 


$ 

392,001 
22,006 


$ 
5,970,215 
1,443,093 


$ 
52,423 
20,936 


$ 

209,263 
100,973 


$ 
153,161 
51,339 


$ 

452,512 
138,429 


$ 
89,627 
22,002 


$ 
582,456 
207,769 


66,029 
2,614 


369,995 
46,813 


4,527,122 
134,721 


31,487 
9,982 


108,290 

16,090 
15,000 
19,000 
11,558 


101,822 


314,083 
9,836 


67,625 
8,017 


374,687 
24,239 


4,000 


6,000 








100,000 

356,921 

3,550 


6,000 
1,124 








1,782 
500 


5,493 
4,269 


3,185 
917 


5,461 


395 


9,484 














8,896 


56,575 
195 


595,192 
188,185 


17,106 


61,648 
515 


10,102 


15,297 
1,562 


8,412 


33,723 
4,598 












2,633 


4,420 


27,571 






2,595 


778 
















2,633 


4,615 
92,747 


215,756 
3,671,176 




515 
255,157 


2,595 
218,958 


2,340 
192,215 




4,598 


45,724 


46,610 


69,536 


386,214 


123,282 


523,932 


9,009,246 


95,203 


425,610 


333,477 


523,935 


145,573 


799,222 


16,500 


23,000 
59,111 
11,747 


54,000 
273,172 








48,617 

20,043 

2,786 


1,152 

4,562 
31 


10,500 


5,001 
468 


2,556 
304 


11,992 
1,494 


9,560 
1,638 


29,228 
3,848 








21,969 
45,724 


93,858 
92,747 


327,172 
3,671,176 


2,860 
46,610 


13,486 
255,157 


11,198 
218,958 


71,446 
192,215 


5,745 
69,536 


43,576 
386,214 




















45,724 
38,500 


92,747 
92,000 


3,671,176 
1,447,531 


46,610 
5,014 


255,157 
24,410 


218,958 
5,889 


192,21,5 
59,733 


69,536 
13,777 


386,214 
111,173 


13,049 
4,040 


237,148 
8,179 


3,265,654 
297,713 


40,719 


131,895 
662 


97,432 


178,198 
22,343 


56,515 


258,259 












55,589 


337,327 


5,010,898 


45,733 


156,967 


103,321 


260,274 


70,292 


369,432 


123,282 


523,932 


9,009,246 


95,203 


425,610 


333,477 


523,935 


145,573 


799,222 




















51,228 
2,737 


290,998 
8,575 


3,527,385 
150,428 


30,930 
1,435 


134,405 
2,161 


138,022 
2,349 


221,294 
13,694 


49,094 
1,354 


247,284 
11,362 


53,965 


299,573 


3,677,813 


32,365 


136,566 


140,371 


234,988 


50,448 


258,646 


37,570 


166,697 


2,514,296 


23,149 


89,762 


121,261 


148,683 


34,904 


171,047 


1,957 
3,184 
4,600 


20,200 

44,840 

11,700 

8,055 


439,612 

334,651 

20,291 

131,942 


1,050 
3,094 


8,513 
13,478 


2,609 
11,490 


24,127 
34,838 
10,685 
13,080 


4,193 

2,635 

572 

2,682 


26,259 

36,290 

2,529 


3,735 


2,288 


6,618 


5,127 


16,095 




















51,046 


251,492 


3,440,792 


29,581 


118,371 


140,487 


231,413 


44,986 


252,220 


2,919 


48,081 


237,021 


2,784 


18,195 


(116) 


3,575 


5,462 


6,426 


295 


1,107 


11,569 


202 


813 


515 


1,548 


276 


1,354 



108 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Cobden 
955 


Cobourg 
10,741 


Cochrane 
4,864 


Colborne 
1,532 


Coldwater 
764 


Collingwood 
9.448 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
111,115 
40,016 


$ 

1.773,311 
795,363 


$ 

756,717 
217,827 


$ 

269,264 

48,575 


$ 

94,799 
24,333 


$ 

1,765.556 


Less accumulated depreciation 


374.340 




71,099 


977,948 

93,189 
100,000 


538,890 

48,561 
40,000 


220,689 
3,020 


70,466 
9.975 


1,391,216 


CURRENT ASSETS 


1,364 










6,000 
3.615 




15,500 
3,763 


4,839 




21,874 


10,840 
749 


5,739 
170 


32,155 


Other 


711 














9,615 


215,063 
27,798 


100,150 
27,276 


8.929 
5,035 


29,238 


39,069 


OTHER ASSETS 


62,779 


Sinking fund on debentures 








179 




16.107 


85 




28,473 












179 
77,910 


27,798 
1,368,702 


43.383 
239,351 


5,120 
134,655 




91,252 




103,944 


1,196,017 






Total 


158,803 


2,589,511 


921,774 


369,393 


203,648 


2,717,554 


LIABILITIES 






6,000 
47,412 
28,178 






210,000 


Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


7,935 
361 


106,140 
14,276 


12.852 
1,960 


6,382 
751 


110,776 
97,158 




8,296 
77,910 


120,416 
1,368,702 


81,590 
239,351 


14,812 
134,655 


7,133 
103,944 


417,934 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,196,017 


















77,910 
4,949 


1,368,702 
105,993 


239,351 
139,000 


134,655 
12,194 


103.944 
6.867 


1,196,017 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


82.183 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


61,289 
6,359 


980,399 
14,001 


458,958 
2,875 


207,132 
600 


85.704 


960,732 
60,688 








Total capital 


72,597 


1,100,393 


600,833 


219,926 


92,571 


1,103,603 


Total 


158,803 


2,589,511 


921,774 


369,393 


203,648 


2,717,554 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


61,303 
3,082 


1,253,918 
73,196 


398.861 
29,223 


152,417 
7,705 


81,681 
1,575 


1.244.656 
28.522 


Total revenue 


64,385 


1,327,114 


428,084 


160,122 


83,256 


1,273,178 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


52,024 


1,067,154 


276,473 


110,935 


60.059 


1.004.943 


Operation and maintenance 


4,207 
5,978 


66,830 
79,789 


43.158 

56,673 

6.516 

21.965 


7,874 
18,344 


5,169 
4,793 


62.176 
61,836 




29,756 


Depreciation 

Other 


3,848 


68,604 


6,156 


2,864 


43.990 
















Total expense 


66,057 


1,282,377 


404,785 


143,309 


72,885 


1,202,701 


Net income (net expense) 


(1,672) 


44,737 


23,299 


16,813 


10,371 


70,477 


Number of customers 


417 


3,901 ' 


1,562 1 


667 


361 


3.983 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



109 



Comber 
620 


Coniston 
3,000 


Cookstown 
839 


Cottam 
678 


Courtright 
604 


Creemore 
950 


Dashwood 
440 


Deep River 
5,620 


Delaware 
441 


$ 

121,973 
42,345 


$ 

234,843 
56,971 


$ 
87,460 
22,378 


$ 
90,973 
37,042 


$ 

74,152 
16,731 


$ 

121,579 
33,308 


$ 

57,238 
9,855 


$ 

928,290 
350,089 


$ 

50,028 
25,420 


79,628 
13,504 


177,872 
3,504 


65,082 
14,961 


53,931 
13,372 


57,421 
4,869 


88,271 

8,181 
5,000 


47,383 
38,983 


578,201 

4,860 
30,000 


24,608 

5,471 
10,000 








3,000 
2,410 






16,676 


894 


9,580 
513 


5,804 


5,124 
121 


2,585 


980 


3,757 
654 


518 














14,398 
304 


13,597 
1,320 


20,765 


18,782 


10,114 
25 


15,766 
95 


39,963 


39,271 
20,083 


32,665 














22,607 




211 


3,953 






8,512 














304 


23,927 
82,143 




211 

47,683 


3,978 
40,660 


95 
91,294 




28,595 
289,313 




82,192 


61,707 


61.032 


38,746 


176,522 


297,539 


147,554 


120,607 


112,173 


195,426 


148,378 


935,380 


96,019 




14,000 
20,007 
13,732 






10,000 

4,270 

697 






98,893 

17,176 

4,779 




4,758 
135 


12,293 
676 


6,794 


7,138 

741 


667 


2,752 
67 










4,893 
82,192 


47,739 
82,143 


12,969 
61,707 


6,794 
47,683 


14,967 
40,660 


7,879 
91,294 


667 
61.032 


120,848 
289,313 


2,819 
38,746 




















82,192 
12,489 


82,143 
36,000 


61,707 
12,001 


47,683 
13,893 


40,660 
10,138 

46,408 


91.294 
2,824 


61.032 
3.400 


289,313 
132,107 


38,746 
4,000 


68,175 
8,773 


125,851 
5,806 


55,742 
5,135 


51,637 
600 


93,371 

58 


83,279 


111,969 
281,143 


49,774 
680 










89.437 


167,657 


72,878 


66,130 


56,546 


96,253 


86.679 


525,219 


54,454 


176,522 


297,539 


147,554 


120,607 


112,173 


195,426 


148,378 


935,380 


96,019 


_ 


















44,083 
4,701 


144,491 
5,273 


61,891 
939 


36,000 
4,260 


33,821 
673 


67,651 
3,078 


28,246 
1,501 


454,950 

27,587 


25,453 
5,380 


48,784 


149,764 


62,830 


40,260 


34,494 


70,729 


29,747 


482,537 


30,833 


29,953 


110,292 


45,643 


26,188 


20,906 


52,494 


22,516 


345,889 


21,950 


3,625 
6,817 


5,975 

12,149 

3,950 

6,296 


2,390 
5,438 


3,029 
4,901 


3,401 
4,579 
1,990 
2,266 


3,572 
5,211 


2,206 
3,316 


34,547 
33,122 
18,781 
30,350 


1,733 

2,785 


4,012 


2,653 


3,228 


4,644 


1,643 


2,149 




















44,407 


138,662 


56,124 


37,346 


33,142 


65,921 


29,681 


462,689 


28,617 


4,377 


11,102 


6,706 


2,914 


1,352 


4,808 


66 


19,848 


2,216 


242 


788 


360 


273 


238 


417 


194 


1,570 


158 



110 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Delhi 
3,757 


Deseronto 
1,790 


Dorchester 
1,139 


Drayton 
752 


Dresden 
2,331 




Population 


449 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

572,125 
200,595 


$ 
227,551 
104,010 


$ 
124,458 
46,391 


$ 

136,685 
28,026 


$ 

422,851 
121,040 


$ 

47,777 


Less accumulated depreciation 


22,395 




371,530 

16,108 
65,000 


123,541 

785 


78,067 
8,759 


108,659 
6,729 


301,811 
26,145 


25,382 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


2,593 




4,000 
6,827 


1,500 
1,273 


9,288 
737 




1,000 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


12,118 


3.687 


684 


















93,226 
16,001 


11,612 
12,408 


11,532 


16,754 


29,832 
5,499 


4.277 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 


















304 


















16,001 
311,006 


12,408 
153,788 






5,499 
284,655 


304 




70,702 


85,071 


49,070 






Total 


791,763 


301,349 


160,301 


210,484 


621,797 


79,033 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 






229 

4,863 

473 








25,074 
10,983 


14,397 
1,289 


176 
837 


17,250 
3,159 


2,443 


Other liabilities 


151 






Total liabilities 


36,057 
311,006 


15,686 
153,788 


5,565 
70,702 


1,013 
85,071 


20,409 
284,655 


2,594 


RESERVES 


49,070 




















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


311,006 
85,000 


153,788 
15,000 


70,702 
7,071 


85,071 
9,500 


284,655 
51,223 


49,070 
4,500 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


355,973 
3,727 


111,867 
5,008 


76,963 


114,201 
699 


264,519 
991 


22,816 
53 










444,700 


131,875 


8(4,034 


124,400 


316,733 


27,369 






Total 


791,763 


301,349 


160,301 


210,484 


621,797 


79,033 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 


290,946 
11,861 


147,736 
10,522 


59,530 
4,486 


56,920 
2,866 


240,455 
10,257 


25.951 
1,315 








302,807 


158,258 


64,016 


59,786 


250,712 


27,266 




EXPENSE 


218,881 


113,368 


47,217 


43,263 


185,985 


19,190 








22,421 
31,319 


12,468 
13,950 


4,360 
3,343 

244 
4,464 


4,978 
3,386 


27,036 
35,436 


895 


Administration 


2,305 
82 




16,108 


9,957 


3,903 


9,717 


2,045 


Other 
















Total expense 


288,729 


149,743 


59,628 


55,530 


258,174 


24,517 


Net Income (net expense) 


14,078 


8,515 


4,388 


4,256 


(7,462) 


2,749 


Number of customers 


1,698 


646 


395 


319 


998 


187 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



111 



Dryden 
6,849 


Dublin 
297 


Dundalk 
1,052 


Dundas 
16,731 


Dunnville 
5,359 


Durham 
2,433 


Dutton 
842 


East York 
101.965 


Eganville 
1,391 


$ 

1.095.474 
465.192 


$ 

68,624 
25,161 


$ 

131,169 
25,896 


$ 

3,312,651 
852,524 


758,683 
208,213 


$ 

332,634 
122,326 


$ 

116,803 
33,178 


$ 

13,102,168 
4,400,503 


$ 

252,295 
102.578 


630.282 
37.144 


43,463 
7,544 


105,273 

20,730 

20,000 

1,500 

9,409 

152 


2,460,127 
135,041 


550,470 

19,143 
110,000 


210,308 

20,699 
50,313 
11,681 
12,549 


83,625 
7,250 


8,701.665 

61,425 
350,000 


149.717 

15,819 
25,000 












4,049 
2,242 


414 


18,112 
9,403 


8,164 


1,268 


778,975 
843 


2,264 














43,435 
9,195 


7,958 


51,791 
128 


162,556 
45,821 


137,307 
39,940 


95,242 
988 


8,518 
58 


1,191.243 

345.458 

288.923 

75,175 


43,083 
1,679 








5,698 






136,404 


182 


2,544 
















14,893 




128 
117,414 


182,225 
1,316,131 


40,122 
637,834 


3,532 
267,140 


58 
104,448 


709,556 
8,509,584 


1,679 


342,814 


44.252 


58,342 


1,031,424 


95,673 


274,606 


4,121,039 


1,365,733 


576,222 


196,649 


19,112,048 


252,821 


52,500 






936,200 
169,928 
221,762 


6,030 
33,343 
17,693 


19,000 

17,644 

880 




1.841,903 
794,870 
266,423 




16,271 
735 


122 
63 


14,703 
121 


5,748 
3.369 


8.267 
720 


69,506 
342,814 


185 
44,252 


14,824 
117,414 


1,327,890 
1,316,131 


57,066 
637,834 


37,524 
267,140 


9,117 
104,448 


2,903,196 
8,509,584 


8,987 
58,342 




















342,814 
148,930 


44,252 
6,200 


117,414 

5,727 


1,316,131 
561,272 


637,834 
133,909 


267,140 
36,324 


104,448 
8,407 


8,509,584 

1,694,863 
288,923 

5,453.344 
262.138 


58,342 
98.007 


470,174 


43,193 
1,843 


136,363 

278 


720,052 
195,694 


523,675 
13,249 


235,234 


74,627 
50 


84,936 
2,549 








619,104 


51,236 


142,368 


1,477,018 


670,833 


271,558 


83,084 


7.699.268 


185,492 


1,031,424 


95,673 


274,606 


4,121,039 


1,365,733 


576,222 


196,649 


19,112,048 


252,821 




















507,184 
47,420 


28,462 
2,294 


108,010 
1,058 


1,295,601 
77,707 


482,388 
9,797 


201,489 
10,576 


49,695 
3,656 


7,835.874 
450,872 


97,606 
5,298 


554,604 


30,756 


109,068 


1,373,308 


492,185 


212,065 


53,351 


8,286,746 


102,904 


351,875 


21,818 


78,254 


926,843 


328,680 


144,319 


32,110 


5,853,179 


67,110 
8,329 


75,926 
51,564 
11,110 


2,310 
3,751 


4,079 
6.372 


142,288 

113,091 

134,564 

91,987 


34,492 

36,799 

5,601 

18,923 


16,754 
19,690 
2,790 
10,258 


6,069 

4,528 

348 

3,750 


662,675 
603,181 
197,782 
406,144 


6.193 
7,537 


38,171 


2,354 


3,365 


7,317 




















528,646 


30,233 


92,070 


1,408,773 


424,495 


193,811 


46,805 


7,722,961 


96,486 


25,958 


523 


16,998 


(35,465) 


67,690 


18,254 


6,546 


563,785 


6,418 


2,314 1 


128 


568 


5,383 


2,129 


1,002 


391 


35,423 


552 



112 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Elmira 
4,750 


Elmvale 
1,111 


Elmwood 
500 


Elora 
1,885 


Embro 
678 


Embrun 
1,400 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
844,188 
268,655 


$ 

138,215 
49,051 


$ 
29,651 
13,745 


$ 
266,918 
102.442 


$ 
97,971 
42,016 


$ 

204,761 


Less accumulated depreciation 


54.385 




575,533 
200 


89,164 
13,138 


15,906 

2,902 
6,000 
1,000 
1,137 


164,476 
31,553 


55,955 
6,358 


150,376 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


5,179 




130,000 

12,593 

565 


25,500 
3,638 

548 




3,000 
2,278 




Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


3,752 
415 


6,001 












143,358 
2,145 


42,824 
452 


11,039 
60 


35,720 
1,215 


11,636 
486 


11,180 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 




667 


548 






2,408 


5,889 












2,812 
697,701 


1,000 
114,273 


60 

37,747 


1,215 
210,340 


2,894 
76,222 


5,889 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


61,089 


Total 


1,419,404 


247,261 


64,752 


411,751 


146,707 


228,534 


LIABILITIES 












88,000 




54,966 
7,810 


8,490 
832 


1,221 
593 


16,223 
2,712 


5,709 
1,134 


14,049 












62,776 
697,701 


9,322 
114,273 


1,814 
37,747 


18,935 
210,340 


6,843 
76,222 


102,049 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


61,089 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


697,701 
37,169 


114,273 
6,544 


37,747 
6,106 


210,340 
19,862 


76,222 
7,500 


61,089 
24.000 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


579,452 
42,306 


117,122 


18,851 
234 


157,269 
5,345 


55,882 
260 


38,924 
2,472 










658,927 


123,666 


25,191 


182,476 


63,642 


65,396 






Total 


1,419,404 


247,261 


64,752 


411,751 


146,707 


228,534 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


522,245 
26,412 


97,108 
3,896 


18,271 
690 


166,756 
8,679 


47,392 
2,679 


135,805 
4,419 


Total revenue 


548,657 


101,004 


18,961 


175,435 


50,071 


140,224 






EXPENSE 


453,149 


76,715 


14,960 


127,580 


39,146 


101,823 








23,427 
34,753 


2,662 
6,972 


521 
2,200 


17,393 
13,091 


2,829 
4,085 


3,058 




9,123 




9,047 


Depreciation 

Other 


24,422 


5,149 


1,050 


8,059 


3,676 


5.687 
















Total expense 


535,751 


91,498 


18,731 


166,123 


49,736 


128,738 




12,906 


9,506 


230 


9,312 


335 


11,486 




Number of customers 


1,737 


494 


162 


738 


279 


422 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



113 





Erieau 
495 


Erie Beach 
230 


Erin 
1,428 


Espanola 
5,871 


Essex 
3,941 


Etobicoke 
280,722 


Exeter 
3,304 


Fenelon Falls 
1,455 


Fergus 
5,334 




93,886 
43,850 


$ 
29,549 
10,735 


215,621 

44,788 


$ 
649,741 
175,869 


$ 
596,075 
210,378 


48,628,171 
10,570,863 


$ 
744,599 
229,332 


$ 
254,243 
68,016 


$ 
880,833 
276,317 




50,036 
35,284 


18,814 
10,870 


170,833 

5,583 
16,000 


473,872 
19,178 


385,697 
28,252 


38,057,308 


515,267 
52,021 


186,227 

18,235 
16,000 


604,516 
17,211 




2,250,000 
90,000 

2,049,270 
15,584 


50,000 




::::::::::::::: 








9,042 

4,742 

31 






3,175 


613 


5,790 
169 


11,807 
2,029 


9,725 


4,507 


25,440 
















38,459 
99 


11,483 


27,542 
1,682 


33,014 
90 


37,977 
15,065 


4,404,854 

1,082,694 

4,235,817 

132,184 


65,836 

878 


38,742 
2,317 


92,651 
1,077 










3,348 




4,752 


7,021 


965 


1,217 




2.657 












3,447 
78,310 




6,434 

73,888 


7,111 
175,392 


16,030 
317,874 


5,450,695 
21,427,283 


2,095 
398,791 


2,317 
32,595 


3.734 




14,097 


719,908 




170,252 


44,394 


278,697 


689,389 


757,578 


69,340,140 


981,989 


259,881 


1,420,809 










81,000 
43,915 
21,127 


1,500 

32,557 
2,155 


9,031,486 
3,374,566 

582,470 


34,376 

24,926 

3,100 


41,000 
15,825 
3,816 


94,500 




4,786 
306 


1,757 
216 


17,541 
1,665 


9,029 
5,170 




5,092 
78.310 


1,973 
14,097 


19,206 

73,888 


146,042 
175,392 


36,212 
317,874 


12,988,522 
21,427,283 


62,402 
398,791 


60,641 
32,595 


108,699 
719,908 
























78,310 
20,529 


14,097 
7,783 


73,888 
14,242 


175.392 
64.000 


317,874 
49,423 


21,427,283 

4,412,350 
4,235,817 

20,889,942 
5,386,226 


398,791 
30,625 


32,595 
119,000 


719,908 
90,461 




66,321 


20,495 
46 


144,071 
27,290 


207,949 
96,006 


335,065 
19,004 


441,777 
48,394 


47,488 
157 


475,223 
26,518 










86.850 


28,324 


185,603 


367,955 


403,492 


34,924,335 


520,796 


166,645 


592,202 




170,252 


44,394 


278,697 


689,389 


757,578 


69,340,140 


981,989 


259,881 


1,420,809 
























51,951 
2,432 


11,085 
1,246 


123,506 
8,455 


403,349 
21,798 


309,390 
13,667 


28,476,277 
1,132,109 


336,073 
15,331 


187,221 
1,649 


704,174 
25,168 




54,383 


12,331 


131,961 


425,147 


323,057 


29,608,386 


351,404 


188,870 


729,342 




40,662 


7,856 


98,620 


287,273 


210,781 


21,958,954 


224,198 


121,489 


559,255 




2,382 
6,027 


502 
2,161 


6,127 
10,790 


35,441 
41,131 
13,259 
17,733 


28,500 

34,148 

1,468 

16,316 


1,592,613 

1,312,627 

909,065 

1,221,392 


27,671 

39,397 

3,597 

21,876 


15,140 

11,868 

9,715 

8,286 


44,276 
45,957 
19,055 




3,415 


1,016 


6,807 


26.465 
























52,486 


11,535 


122,344 


394,837 


291,213 


26,994,651 


316,739 


166,498 


695,008 




1,897 


796 


9,617 


30,310 


31,844 


2,613,735 


34,665 


22,372 


34,334 




392 


148 


630 


1,785 


1,400 


88,113 


1,480 


950 


1.884 



114 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Finch 
409 


Flesherton 
531 


Fonthill 
3,000 


Forest 
2,368 


Frankford 
1,881 


Gait 




38,000 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

72,449 
22,351 


$ 
78,161 
24,921 


$ 
306,637 
127,344 


$ 
316,645 
166,575 


$ 

200,563 
76,556 


$ 
6,009,758 




2,026,620 






Net fixed assets 


50,098 
3,435 


53,240 
1,439 


179,293 
43,954 


150.070 
29,765 


124.007 
25,913 


3,983,138 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


120,297 
200,000 




6,000 
3,933 


6,000 
4,225 








98,700 


Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


2,809 


5,408 


3,075 


64,561 
3,073 


















13,368 


11,664 
20 


46,763 
283 


35,173 
640 


28,988 


486,631 


OTHER ASSETS 


173,530 


Sinking fund on debentures 
















189 


45,433 


















20 
62,862 


283 
159,085 


640 
295,183 


189 
87,301 


218,963 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


48,627 


4,503,339 


Total 


112,093 


127,786 


385,424 


481,066 


240,485 


9,192,071 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 






500 

23,429 

2,580 




9,500 

15,605 

1,660 




4,691 
507 


15,216 
1,578 


16,583 
2,640 


325,974 


Other liabilities 


146,221 








5,198 
48,627 


16,794 
62,862 


26,509 
159,085 


19,223 
295,183 


26,765 
87,301 


472,195 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


4,503.339 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


48,627 
7,000 


62,862 
5,831 


159,085 
59,673 


295,183 
23,357 


87,301 
23,500 


4,503,339 

817,298 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds. . 


44,222 
7,046 


41,243 
1,056 


136,807 
3,350 


143,303 


99,417 
3,502 


2,950.496 

448,743 








Total capital 


58,268 


48,130 


199,830 


166,660 


126,419 


4.216,537 






Total 


112,093 


127,786 


385,424 


481,066 


240,485 


9,192,071 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


27,635 
2,230 


63,035 
1,191 


148,157 
13,432 


220,087 
9,205 


118,565 
11,225 


3,624,295 
51.529 


Total revenue 


29,865 


64,226 


161,589 


229,292 


129,790 


3,675,824 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


22,629 


49,499 


111,479 


160,000 


89,563 


2.806,396 


Operation and maintenance 


1,198 
2,160 


2,036 

2,313 

900 

2,813 


12,933 

17,886 

544 

11,480 


18,179 
25,331 


4,180 

11,112 

1,150 

8,373 


198,025 


Administration 

Financial 


195,846 
2,937 




2,225 


11,489 


163,944 


Other 


















Total expense 


28,212 


57,561 


154,322 


214,999 


114,378 


3,367,148 


Net income (net expense) 


1,653 


6,665 


7,267 


14,293 


15,412 


308,676 


Number of customers 


179 


270 


952 


1,000 


680 


11,519 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



115 



Georgetown 
16,975 


Glencoe 
1,392 


Gloucester 
34,559 


Goderich 
6,723 


Grand Bend 
714 


Grand Valley 
909 


Granton 
359 


Gravenhurst 
3,350 


Grimsby 
6,850 


$ 

2,592,962 
679,161 


$ 
202,585 
77,395 


$ 
6,686,546 
1,468,089 


$ 

1,369,734 
495,528 


$ 
233,837 
85,838 


$ 
117,926 
28,563 


$ 

32,018 
8,470 


$ 
477,728 
141,756 


$ 

853,386 
273,826 


1,913,801 

26,465 
85,000 


125,190 
3,114 


5,218,457 

6,863 
500,000 


874,206 
3,835 


147,999 
27,909 


89,363 

8,695 
5,000 
3,000 
4,871 


23,548 
11,272 


335,972 

1,125 
20,000 


579,560 

42,116 
75,000 




88,000 

28,099 

81 








18,871 
1 118 


14,682 


339,663 
32,722 


8,936 
78 


1,316 


15,264 


16,726 














131,454 
61,023 


17,796 
522 


879,248 

296,349 

79,562 

143,762 


120,015 
5,515 


36,923 
1,003 


21,566 


12,588 


36,389 
8,706 


133,842 J 






:z::::::::l 


16,946 


9,244 




16,586 




429 


1,804 


3,220 








13 


77 969 


9,766 
140,038 


519,673 
1,191,925 


5,515 
1,026,241 


17,589 
109,428 




429 
35,860 


10,510 

415,957 


3.220 


1,211,393 


98,216 


381,718 


3,334,617 


292,790 


7,809,303 


2,025,977 


311,939 


209,145 


72,425 


798,828 


1,098,340 


786,624 

182,409 

34,182 




3,035,542 

396,206 

88,183 




12,682 

17.436 

1,334 






54,000 
4,206 
5,365 


70,000 


17,331 
766 


49,263 


8,175 


108 


47.978 
14,216 










1,003,215 
1,211,393 


18,097 
140,038 


3,519,931 
1,191,925 


49,263 
1,026,241 


31,452 
109,428 


8,175 
98,216 


108 
35.860 


63,571 
415,957 


132,194 
381.718 




















1,211,393 
382,460 


140,038 
20,113 


1,191,925 

572,921 
79,562 

1,037,909 
1,407,055 


1,026,241 
212,960 


109,428 
78,318 


98,216 
10,794 


35,860 
6,602 


415,957 
60,279 


381,718 
145.344 


696,416 
41,133 


110,313 
4,229 


721,003 
16,510 


91,243 
1,498 


84,860 
7,100 


29,855 


250,513 
8,508 


417,471 
21,613 








1,120,009 


134,655 


3,097,447 


950,473 


171,059 


102,754 


36,457 


319,300 


584,428 


3,334,617 


292,790 


7,809,303 


2,025,977 


311,939 


209,145 


72,425 


798,828 


1,098,340 




















1,293,984 
79,100 


120,406 
3,737 


3.530,743 
205,023 


733,477 
25,494 


124,012 
3,462 


63,003 
803 


17,764 
1,695 


319,120 
11,917 


439,684 
27,241 


1,373,084 


124,143 


3,735,766 


758,971 


127,474 


63,806 


19,459 


331,037 


466,925 


1,001,865 


91,766 


2,376,673 


569,979 


75,992 


47,390 


15,152 


221,818 


322,968 


73,417 

92,351 

122,932 


12,210 
11,631 


126,020 
282,677 
335,134 
192,043 


48,293 
80,511 


12,337 

16,625 

6,824 

7,115 


2,921 
4,311 


1,584 
2,015 


23,161 
24,150 
11,180 
15,070 


36,105 

55,235 

8,895 


80,621 


6,579 


39,896 


3,408 


1,028 


27,561 




















1,371,186 


122,186 


3,312,547 


738,679 


118,893 


58,030 


19,779 


295,379 


450,764 


1,898 


1,957 


423,219 


20,292 


8,581 


5,776 


(320) 


35,658 


16,161 


5,364 


718 


10,990 


2,761 


883 


392 


129 


1,659 


2,471 



116 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Guelph 
58,606 


Hagersville 
2,196 


Hamilton 
301,530 


Hanover 
4.946 


Harriston 
1,762 


Harrow 
1,907 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
10,759,571 
2,296,582 


$ 
349,144 
106,648 


$ 

42,827,504 

8,334,445 


654.911 
239,396 


$ 
360,921 
97,633 


373,604 


Less accumulated depreciation 


139,524 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


8,462,989 

122,539 
559,604 


242,496 
21,439 


34,493,059 

66,997 
1.005,000 


415,515 
250 


263,288 

15,552 
7,000 


234,080 
12.849 




27,000 
1,960 


22,000 
28,839 






236,107 
3,651 


3,398,514 
8,063 


1,322 


9,261 


Other 
















921,901 
182,373 


50,399 
104 


4,478,574 
1,499.078 


51,089 
16,616 


23,874 
618 


22,110 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


803 


6,145 




68.535 


14,917 


358 


3,303 










188,518 
6,247,621 


104 

418,473 


1,567.613 
61,320,664 


31,533 
710,670 


976 
256,912 


4,106 




268,122 






Total 


15,821,029 


711,472 


101,859,910 


1,208,807 


545,050 


528,418 


LIABILITIES 


777,000 
236,662 
157,705 




110,000 

3,752.707 

325,623 




25,000 
12,998 
2.343 




Current liabilities 


16,861 
3,433 


21,608 
4,840 


18,148 
4,800 








1,171,367 
6,247,621 


20,294 
418,473 


4.188.330 

61,320,664 

177,838 


26,448 
710,670 


40.341 
256,912 


22,948 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


268,122 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


6,247,621 
1,480,479 


418,473 
8,000 


61.498,502 
7,599,892 


710,670 
80,162 


256,912 
40,708 


268,122 
12,000 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


5,870,527 
1,051,035 


263,469 
1,236 


27,523,912 
1,049.274 


372,161 
19,366 


204,168 
2,921 


221.848 
3,500 








8,402,041 


272,705 


36,173,078 


471,689 


247,797 


237,348 






Total 


15,821,029 


711,472 


101,859,910 


1,208,807 


545,050 


528,418 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


6,891,046 
307,195 


229,348 
9,526 


44,820,067 
1,062,749 


529,272 
9,756 


161,535 
7,897 


196,199 
9,157 


Total revenue 


7,198,241 


238,874 


45,882,816 


539,028 


169,432 


205,356 


EXPENSE 


5,050,406 


162,889 


39.125,533 


447,561 


120,653 


139,762 


Local generation 






323,729 
510,934 
149,027 
301,406 


29,700 
16,695 


1.970,970 

2,219,117 

113,335 

1,030,575 


22,284 
34,491 


16,163 
12,160 
3,590 
9.859 


13.841 


Administration 

Financial 


35.038 


Depreciation 

Other 


10,671 


18,021 


11,366 
















Total expense 


6,335,502 


219,955 


44,459,530 


522,357 


162,425 


200,007 


Net income (net expense) 


862,739 


18,919 


1,423,286 


16,671 


7,007 


5,349 


Number of customers 


17,778 


948 


103.078 


2,009 


764 


795 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



117 



Hastings 
876 


Havelock 
1,221 


Hawkesbury 
9,179 


Hearst 
3,538 


Hensall 
964 


Hespeler 
6.300 


Highgate 
420 


Holstein 
148 


Huntsville 
3.500 


$ 
164,741 
64,171 


$ 
163,688 
68,839 

94,849 

8,988 

32,000 

26,051 

2,237 

1,100 


$ 

1,077,715 

302,162 


$ 
473,495 
138,018 


$ 

224,943 
76,423 


$ 

1.152.186 

296,379 


$ 
51,966 
28,473 


$ 
22,742 
3,937 


$ 
528,069 
131,624 


100,570 
19,305 


775,553 

48,007 
35,000 


335,477 

2,811 
85,000 
40,000 
11,743 


148,520 
20,392 


855.807 

16,815 
40,000 


23,493 
14,544 


18,805 
1,552 


396,445 
5,481 




8,926 
1,858 


3,000 

380 

20 




40,000 


2.525 


16,622 


85.170 
1,269 


85 
10,000 


19,303 












21.830 


70,376 


99,629 

26,728 

1,133 


139.554 


31,176 
45 


143,254 
1 ,462 


17,944 
52 
20 


11,637 


64,784 
11,800 














6,344 




3.716 




















6,344 
109,085 


27,861 
397,089 




3,761 
148,788 


1.462 
1,071,002 


72 
51,983 




11,800 


73,337 


228,098 


20,745 


521,630 


195,737 


280,654 


1,300,132 


703,129 


332,245 


2,071,525 


93,492 


51,187 


994,659 






20,000 
74,320 
10,732 




10,603 
423 






10,000 
7,198 

75 




7.586 
1.611 


9,591 

628 


42,743 
8,819 


68,904 
15,232 


2,995 
202 


187 
1,216 


9,197 
73.337 


10,219 
109,085 


105,052 
397,089 


51,562 
228,098 


11,026 

148,788 


84,136 
1,071,002 


3.197 
51.983 


17.273 
20,745 


1.403 
521,630 


















73.337 
21,000 


109.085 
62,900 


397,089 
265,000 

505,479 
27,512 


228,098 
72,177 


148,788 
12,000 


1,071,002 

77,570 


51.983 
5.000 


20,745 
2,762 

10,407 


521.630 
15.697 


90,562 
1,641 


97.713 
737 


349,880 
1,412 


159,335 
1.096 


764.029 
74,788 


33,312 


455,929 










113,203 


161,350 


797,991 


423,469 


172.431 


916,387 


38,312 


13,169 


471,626 


195,737 


280,654 


1,300,132 


703,129 


332,245 


2,071,525 


93,492 


51,187 


994,659 




















68.457 
5.481 


64,245 
8,032 


858,641 
33,553 


501,385 
16,489 


124,289 
1,895 


801,468 
40,162 


30,133 

2,541 


1 1 ,693 
62 


323,471 
10,339 


73,938 


72,277 


892,194 


517,874 


126,184 


841,630 


32,674 


11,755 


333,810 


49.192 


51,330 


682,148 


378,343 


92,698 


632,588 


23,546 


9,317 


247,086 


3,762 

8,226 

204 


6,577 
8,548 


31,683 
69,814 
20,779 
32,016 


9,919 

29.224 

34 

16,686 


6,583 

7,857 

76 

6,865 


50,588 
44,484 


3,396 
2,890 


305 

782 


25,776 
22,122 


6,028 


5,815 


31,694 


2,081 


622 


14.698 




















67,412 


72,270 


836,440 


434,206 


114,079 


759,354 


31,913 


11,026 


309,682 


6,526 


7 


55,754 


83,668 


12,105 


82,276 


761 


729 


24,128 


454 1 


510 


2,899 


1,065 


407 


2,145 


175 


97 


1.471 



118 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Ingersoll 
7,672 


Iroquois 
1,240 


Jarvis 
964 


Kapuskasing 
12,412 


Kemptville 
2,401 


Kenora 
12,833 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

1,375,817 

455,863 


$ 
204,922 
81,978 


$ 
130,865 
41,377 


$ 
886,819 
223,441 


$ 
662,319 
110,273 


$ 

1,974,941 


Less accumulated depreciation 


609,420 




919,954 
56,325 


122,944 
18,244 


89,488 
27,462 


663,378 
16,346 


552,046 
4,097 


1,365,521 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


106.096 






23,000 
3,149 
1,450 








25.000 




19,134 


2,575 
76 


26,695 
2,057 


19,698 


1,233 




5,425 










75,459 
68,612 


45,843 
652 


30,113 


45,098 
15,735 


23,795 
17,309 


137,754 


OTHER ASSETS 














2,678 




5,066 


32,502 














68,612 
1,180,694 


3,330 
107,985 




20,801 
342,922 


49,811 
279,932 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


94,292 


222,143 


Total 


2,244,719 


280,102 


213,893 


1,072,199 


905,584 


1,725,418 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 








110,975 
69,689 
13,133 


185,000 

96,758 

3,416 


426,000 




15,891 
7,801 


10,416 
1,854 


4,794 
1,271 


37,485 




21.163 








23.692 
1,180,694 


12,270 
107,985 


6,065 
94,292 


193,797 
342,922 


285,174 
279,932 


484,648 


RESERVES 


222.143 




















1,180,694 
197,555 


107,985 


94,292 
10,500 


342,922 
174,504 


279,932 
31,507 


222,143 


CAPITAL 


189,652 








Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


816,853 
25,925 


41,565 
118,282 


85,285 
17,751 


357,681 
3,295 


293,558 
15,413 


828.975 








1,040,333 


159,847 


113,536 


535,480 


340,478 


1,018,627 






Total 


2,244,719 


280,102 


213,893 


1,072,199 


905,584 


1,725,418 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


629,729 
43,866 


98,081 
2,811 


57,191 
1,620 


541,229 
20,779 


302,857 
19,551 


893.324 
39.869 




673,595 


100,892 


58,811 


562,008 


322,408 


933,193 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


440,299 


76,015 


40,812 


381,503 


189,714 


608,556 


Local generation 






59,942 
73,091 


12,400 
12,076 


6,305 
7,057 


28,882 
67,709 
19,928 
27,374 


22,337 
43,011 
25,727 
16,069 


104,814 
94,638 
45,010 


Administration 

Financial 




37,958 


6,448 


4,644 


66,476 


Other 
















Total expense 


611,290 


106,939 


58,818 


525,396 


296,858 


919,494 




Net Income (net expense) 


62,305 


(6,047) 


m 


36,612 


25,550 


13,699 


Number of customers 


2,841 


469 


376 


2,512 


1,016 


4,752 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



119 



Killaloe 
Stn. 
811 


Kincardine 
3,154 


King City 
2,000 


Kingston 
59.073 


Kingsville 
3,944 


Kirkfield 
214 


Kitchener 
111,000 


Lakefield 
2,140 


Lambeth 
2,685 


$ 
80.717 
32.818 


$ 

569,840 
167,377 


$ 
204,356 
97,721 


$ 

10.536.758 
3,262,546 


$ 

562,485 
217,973 


$ 

30,925 
12,494 


$ 

23,394,238 
5,858.747 


$ 

421,476 
159,884 


$ 

263,385 
103,709 


47,899 

13,611 
10,000 


402,463 
6,367 


106,635 

16,015 
20,000 


7,274,212 

416,700 
200,000 


344,512 
15,756 


18,431 
3,275 


17,535,491 
1,012,442 


261,592 

8,219 
40,000 
20,000 

8,320 
456 


159,676 
72.936 






8,500 

5,718 

137 


10,000 
1,336 






1,294 
500 


18.150 


13,756 


435,009 
689 


977,650 
3.393 


4.657 












25,405 


24,517 
18,228 


49,771 
45 


1,052.398 
305,900 


30.111 
1,689 


14,611 
520 


1.993.485 
461.968 


76,995 
8,571 


77,593 






2,455 




1,452 


620 


187 


1,908 


61,726 














2,455 


18,228 
427,515 


1,497 
83,397 


306,520 
5,440,410 


1,876 
370,997 


2,428 
21,241 


523,694 
12,081,178 


8,571 
219,773 




32,437 


143,491 


108,196 


872,723 


241,300 


14,073,540 


747,496 

37,300 
5.477 
7,128 


56,711 

24 
13 


32,133,848 


566,931 


380,760 


21,500 




71,800 

14,574 

1,029 


2,384,700 

731,019 

17,291 


2,587,500 

1.065,888 

376,808 






9,700 
216 


29,530 
4,691 


17,806 
2.893 


11,883 
1.107 


31,416 
32,437 


34,221 
427,515 


87,403 
83,397 


3,133,010 
5,440,410 


49,905 
370.997 


37 
21,241 


4.030,196 
12,081,178 


20,699 
219.773 


12.990 

143,491 




















32,437 
18,500 


427,515 
60,000 


83,397 
38,579 


5,440,410 

1,555,485 


370,997 
36,200 


21,241 
5,766 


12,081,178 
3,504.743 


219,773 
33.500 

290,799 
2,160 


143,491 
32,500 


25,822 
21 


334,085 
16,902 


14,708 
17,213 


3,944,635 


236,099 
54,295 


29,667 


11.083,685 
1.434,046 


177,267 
14.512 










44,343 


410,987 


70,500 


5,500.120 


326,594 


35,433 


16,022,474 


326,459 


224,279 


108,1% 


872,723 


241,300 


14,073,540 


747,496 


56,711 


32,133,848 


566,931 


380,760 






. 












41,767 
1.829 


319,176 
10,444 


108.515 
10.3S6 


5,198.941 
192,146 


383,169 
12,748 


13,283 
1,700 


10,779,979 
262,881 


179,757 
17,473 


133,219 
12,780 


43,596 


329,620 


118,901 


5,391,087 


395,917 


14,983 


11,042,860 


197,230 


145,999 


30.564 


241,775 


95,087 


3,841,976 


295,219 


9,426 


8,254,962 


149,007 


111,515 


1,521 
5,350 
3,410 


18,476 
24,516 


5,425 
9,917 
9,613 
7,023 


369,465 
464,613 
312,116 
278,034 


22.770 

30,402 

5,935 

17,200 


1.174 
1,221 


677,270 
666,103 
456,648 
562,734 


16,007 
11,687 


3,851 
14,079 


2,486 


17,274 


1,189 


15,571 


9,419 




















43,331 


302,041 


127,065 


5,266,204 


371,526 


13,010 


10,617,717 


192,272 


138,864 


265 


27,579 


(8,164) 


124,883 


24,391 


1,973 


425,143 


4,958 


7,135 


314 


1.648 


554 


19,684 


1,701 


116 


35,544 


870 


835 



120 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Lanark 

877 


Lancaster 
584 


Larder 

Lake Twp. 

1,514 


Latchford 
537 


Leamington 
10,017 


Lindsay 
11,981 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

99,221 
31,711 


$ 
70,319 
24,298 


$ 

98,037 
43,984 


$ 

66,616 
23,715 


$ 

1,353,256 

439,899 


$ 

2,179,859 
711,869 




67,510 
10,667 


46,021 
13,385 


54,053 
13,711 


42,901 
11,702 


913,357 
213,203 


1.467,990 
33,085 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments - short-term 


- long-term 




11,810 

4,966 

400 










Accounts receivable (net) 


2,018 


1.204 


921 
51 


21,326 


14,301 


Other 












Total current assets 


12,685 
253 


30,561 


14,915 


12,674 


234,529 
31,377 


47,386 
35,464 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


Sinking fund on debentures 










Miscellaneous assets 




3,057 






16,926 














Total other assets 


253 
66,212 


3,057 
50,758 






48,303 
1,080,832 


35,464 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


85,904 


17,923 


1,542,429 




Total 


146,660 


130,397 


154,872 


73,498 


2,277,021 


3,093,269 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 










24,500 
72,271 
48,665 


87,000 


Current liabilities 


4,420 
379 


5,428 
437 


8,841 
5,637 


4,225 
485 


102,544 
8,562 


Other liabilities 


Total liabilities 


4,799 
66,212 


5,865 
50,758 


14,478 
85,904 


4,710 
17,923 


145,436 
1,080,832 


198,106 
1,542,429 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


66,212 
7,316 


50,758 
8,917 


85,904 
15,753 


17,923 
18,900 


1,080.832 
101,600 


1,542,429 
143,000 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


Sinking fund debentures 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds. . 
Contributed capital 


66,346 
1,987 


61,519 
3,338 


36,823 
1,914 


28,371 
3,594 


942,592 
6,561 


1,201.205 

8,529 




Total capital 


75,649 


73,774 


54,490 


50,865 


1,050,753 


1,352,734 




Total 


146,660 


130,397 


154,872 


73,498 


2,277,021 


3,093,269 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


57,353 
3,588 


37,825 
3,626 


81,792 
3,164 


27,508 
1,292 


882,282 
17,425 


1,386,496 

45,818 




Total revenue 


60,941 


41,451 


84,956 


28,800 


899,707 


1,432,314 




EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


43,106 


28,287 


61,702 


20,377 


665,214 


999,232 


Local generation 


Operation and maintenance 


3,583 
4,204 


2,092 
3,860 


6,198 
10,320 


1,625 
2,671 


28,647 

74,717 

3,545 

37,188 


86,661 

115,891 

9,345 


Administration 


Financial 


Depreciation 

Other 


3,559 


2,297 


3,605 


2,195 


60,369 
















Total expense 


54,452 


36,536 


81,825 


26,868 


809,311 


1,271,498 




Net Income (net expense) 


6,489 


4,915 


3,131 


1,932 


90,396 


160,816 




Number of customers 


317 


227 


502 


171 


3,828 


4.672 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



121 



Listowel 
4,653 


London 
216,655 


L'Orignal 
1,391 


Lucan 
1,161 


Lucknow 
1,022 


Lynden 
579 


Madoc 
1,384 


Magnetawan 
208 


Markdale 
1,139 


$ 

754,610 
296,692 


$ 
39.748,709 
12,129,477 


$ 
195,531 
76,017 


$ 
174,735 
51,212 


$ 
146,288 
37,036 


$ 

63,562 
29,796 


$ 

292,312 
126,392 


$ 

38,459 
17.031 


$ 

158,581 
35,742 


457,918 
36,020 


27,619,232 
3,838,614 


119,514 

9,405 
8,000 


123,523 
2,546 


109,252 

11,297 

15,000 

28,336 

8,577 


33,766 
7,820 


165.920 
29.635 


21,428 
4,812 


122,839 
12,851 


18,200 


385,854 

1,597,342 

14,354 




10,000 
1,591 




2,000 
1,429 




6,154 


14,112 

187 


6,976 


4.495 


4,674 
















60,374 
390 


5,836,164 
1,311.377 


31,704 


9,522 
171 


63,210 


19,411 


34,130 
10,903 


8,241 
387 


17,525 
115 












161 


271,770 


896 


300 






40 


1,235 


3,668 










551 


1,583,147 
19,188.243 


896 
49,297 


471 
118,296 






10,943 
147,983 


1,622 
11,570 


3,783 


649,441 


170,579 


64,485 


118,446 


1,168,284 


54,226,786 


201,411 


251,812 


343,041 


117,662 


358,976 


42,861 


262,593 


2,500 


7.458,947 

2,534,728 

202,395 










19,000 

10,820 

1,802 






44,001 


15,599 
558 


9,388 
1,033 


13,033 


3,546 
110 


1,062 


10,830 
589 










46,501 
649,441 


10,196,070 

19,188,243 
173,159 


16,157 
49,297 


10,421 
118,296 


13,033 
170,579 


3,656 
64,485 


31,622 
147.983 


1.062 
11,570 


11,419 
118,446 


















649,441 
130,334 


19,361,402 
6.968,809 


49,297 
26,122 


118,296 
11,214 


170,579 
17.614 


64,485 
4.495 


147,983 
15,000 


11,570 
23,510 


118,446 
6,370 


327,482 
14,526 


15,572,879 
2,127,626 


104,654 
5,181 


104,825 
7,056 


139.031 
2.784 


45,026 


164,371 


6.719 


125,725 
633 












472,342 


24,669,314 


135,957 


123,095 


159,429 


49,521 


179,371 


30.229 


132,728 


1,168,284 


54,226,786 


201,411 


251,812 


343,041 


117,662 


358,976 


42,861 


262,593 




















412,964 
17,740 


18,402,507 
1,366,317 


83,989 
8,450 


96,444 
6,595 


79,537 
3,536 


31,009 
4,941 


133,428 
9,075 


13,836 
436 


112,327 
1.952 


430,704 


19,768,824 


92,439 


103,039 


83,073 


35,950 


142,503 


14,272 


114,279 


338,243 


13,588,735 


62.538 


67,655 


64,934 


28,642 


100,634 


10,321 


88,762 


28,540 

28,576 

2,668 


1,206,501 
1,411,896 
1,103,242 
1,145,164 


3,983 
7,472 
2,050 
7,063 


7,541 
9,514 


5,632 
9,978 


1,028 
3,214 


6,519 

9,496 

2.745 

11.322 


873 
1,796 


4,314 

5,554 

21 


25.190 


6,001 


3,924 


2,818 


1,330 


4,993 




















423,217 


18,455,538 


83,106 


90,711 


84,468 


35,702 


130,716 


14,320 


103,644 


7,487 


1,313,286 


9,333 


12,328 


(1,395) 


248 


11,787 


(48) 


10,635 


1,850 


70,180 


447 


443 


506 


188 


633 


125 1 


563 



122 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Markham 
10,200 


Marmora 
1,372 


Martintown 
380 


Massey 
1,294 


Maxville 
843 


Mc Garry 
Twp. 
1.762 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


1,627,517 
291,321 


$ 

202,498 
84,147 


$ 

44,579 
21,967 


$ 

157,355 
39,550 


117,360 
34,355 


$ 

104.029 


Less accumulated depreciation 


45,588 




1,336,196 

11,935 
126,000 


118,351 
7,214 


22,612 

1,111 
4,000 


117,805 
7.982 


83,005 

20,776 
16.500 


58,441 


CURRENT ASSETS 


11,479 
10,000 




3,000 
1,256 


4,000 

4,181 

464 




Accounts receivable (net) 


83,406 


1,599 
382 


664 


790 
298 














221,341 
35.185 


11,470 
101 


7.092 


16,627 
563 


37,940 


22,567 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 








25.619 




1,354 


2,552 


1.614 












60,804 
496,130 


101 
108,694 


1,354 
23,911 


3,115 
47,714 


1,614 
91,658 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


84,568 


Total 


2,114,471 


238,616 


54,969 


185,261 


214,217 


165,576 


LIABILITIES 


221.473 

128.862 

12,403 






7,200 
8.327 
3,784 








10,423 
1,507 


6 
50 


5,739 
166 


677 




2,190 








362.738 
496,130 


11,930 
108,694 


56 
23,911 


19.311 
47.714 


5,905 
91,658 


2,867 


RESERVES 


84.568 




















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


496,130 
135,774 


108,694 
15,091 


23,911 
5,347 


47.714 
37,800 


91,658 
13.642 


84.568 
13.782 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds. . 


508,589 
611,240 


100,002 
2,899 


25,580 
75 


80,436 


102,012 
1,000 


64.179 
180 










1,255,603 


117,992 


31,002 


118,236 


116,654 


78.141 






Total 


2,114,471 


238,616 


54,969 


185,261 


214,217 


165,576 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,022,871 
28,453 


101,236 
6,906 


13,735 
1,534 


83,344 
4,744 


66,768 
2,013 


61.161 
4.304 


Total revenue 


1,051,324 


108,142 


15,269 


88,088 


68,781 


65,465 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


774,068 


69,509 


11,004 


60,845 


53,117 


48,337 


Local generation 






30,576 
96,369 
35.866 
38,879 


6,929 
9,548 


1,371 
2,047 


3,858 
8,367 
3,983 
4,189 


4,981 
3,591 


5,371 


Administration 

Financial 


14,722 
3 


Depreciation 

Other 


7,400 


1,651 


3,625 


3,751 
















Total expense 


975,758 


93,386 


16,073 


81,242 


65,314 


72,184 


Net income (net expense) 


75,566 


14,756 


(804) 


6,846 


3,467 


(6,719) 


Number of customers 


3,583 


591 


117 


446 


352 


390 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



123 



Meaford 
4,010 


Merlin 
635 


Merrickville 
904 


Midland 
11,004 


Mildmay 
978 


Millbrook 
908 


Milton 
6,558 


Milverton 
1,179 


Mississauga 
158,229 


$ 

664,635 
187,580 


$ 

133,345 
56,675 


$ 

117,462 
30,369 


$ 

1,357,431 
623,269 


$ 

102,388 
22,746 


$ 

125,233 

46,693 


$ 

1,740,524 
478,207 


$ 

207,148 
37,035 


$ 

35,503,519 
4,431,356 


477,055 

39,966 
14,000 


76,670 
27,546 


87,093 
10,535 


734,162 

16,885 
130,000 


79,642 
3,919 


78,540 
30,579 


1,262,317 
4,164 


170,113 
6,517 


31,072,163 

284,996 
2,050,000 








4,500 
1,203 


5,000 

2,957 

700 






8,000 

1,686,575 

314,853 


10,963 
220 


1.008 


1,897 


79,128 
1,534 


105,503 


1,595 
127 












65,149 
21,373 


28,554 
546 


12,432 


227,547 
29,364 


9,622 
346 


39,236 


109,667 
3,797 


8,239 
99 


4,344,424 
762,994 








342,803 


6,111 






6,021 




68 


880 




1,800,186 














27,484 


546 
70,694 




35,385 
1,595,143 


346 
72,274 


68 
61,377 


4,677 
770,733 


99 
214,076 


2,905,983 


464,967 


56,398 


8,660,271 


1,034,655 


176,464 


155,923 


2,592,237 


161,884 


179,221 


2,147,394 


392,527 


46,982,841 


104,000 






233,000 
14,977 
24,141 






10,000 

234,017 

7,209 


2,200 
8,651 
1,071 


12,139,000 


29,747 
3,449 


3,951 
311 


5,622 
1,367 


129 
976 


8,184 
1,303 


3,159,039 
454,532 


137,196 
464,967 


4,262 
70,694 


6,989 
56,398 


272,118 
1,595,143 


1,105 
72,274 


9,487 
61,377 


251,226 
770,733 


11,922 
214,076 


15,752,571 
8,660,271 




















464,967 
68,725 


70,694 
13,122 


56,398 
24,647 


1,595,143 
128,945 


72,274 
12,304 


61,377 
9,000 


770,733 
113,598 


214,076 
22,060 


8,660,271 

2,072,970 
342,803 


361,958 
1,809 


87,087 
1,299 


57,048 
10,841 


596,031 


74,724 
1,477 


93,539 
5,818 


786,589 
225,248 


139,063 
5,406 


10,584,554 
9,569,672 








432,492 


101,508 


92,536 


724,976 


88,505 


108,357 


1,125,435 


166,529 


22,569,999 


1,034,655 


176,464 


155,923 


2,592,237 


161,884 


179,221 


2,147,394 


392,527 


46,982,841 




















417,426 
11,260 


43,316 
7,181 


65,373 
4,189 


1,169,768 
16,799 


63,571 
1,693 


47,659 
8,538 


707,913 
59,245 


115,136 
5,789 


18,750,919 
678,503 


428,686 


50,497 


69,562 


1,186,567 


65,264 


56,197 


767,158 


120,925 


19,429,422 


292,269 


36,698 


49,773 


938,424 


39,107 


41,305 


541,380 


80,938 


14,735,978 


23,546 

44,243 
15,745 


2,955 
8,783 


4,563 
6,107 


63,984 
53,722 
26,992 
44,002 


8,662 
6,149 


3,930 
5,623 


31,589 

71,567 

5,526 

44,381 


6,021 

12,812 
1,196 
5,455 


825,345 

778,630 

1,469,644 


19,023 


4,153 


3,701 


3,345 


5,228 


816,557 




















394,826 


52,589 


64,144 


1,127,124 


57,263 


56,086 


694,893 


106,422 


18,626,154 


33,860 


(2,092) 


5,418 


59,443 


8,001 


111 


72,265 


14,503 


803,268 


1,800 


291 


383 


4,021 


394 


370 


2,171 


518 


42,141 



124 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Mitchell 
2,553 


Moorefield 
268 


Morrisburg 
1,987 


Mt. Brydges 
1,231 


Mount Forest 
2,997 


Napanee 
4,600 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
541,975 
146,376 


$ 

47.725 
19,946 


$ 

295,969 
97,917 


$ 

133,069 
32,324 


$ 

403,858 
125,159 


$ 

786,824 
256,286 


Less accumulated depreciation 




395,599 
20,538 


27,779 

4,447 

5,000 

1,000 

320 


198,052 
25,449 


100,745 

12,054 
15,000 


278,699 

7,894 

11,000 

11,000 

12,462 

78 


530,538 
29,975 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 






11,000 
6,852 


22,000 

18,207 

1.500 


Accounts receivable (net) 


8,806 
1,199 


2,009 












30,543 
18,959 


10,767 


43,301 
8,006 


29,063 


42,434 
12,474 


71,682 
19.351 


OTHER ASSETS 










18,019 






124 


















36,978 
356,819 




8,006 
172,166 


124 
67,643 


12,474 
332,512 


19,351 
584.072 




48,216 




Total 


819,939 


86,762 


421,525 


197,575 


666,119 


1,205,643 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


60,000 

26,933 

1,726 






7,200 

6,257 

921 








3,088 


15,679 
3,162 


25,660 
3,117 


46,999 
37,425 


Other liabilities 








88,659 
356.819 


3.088 
48,216 


18,841 
172,166 


14,378 
67,643 


28,777 
332,512 


84,424 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


584,072 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 

Sinking fund debentures 


356,819 
59,073 


48.216 
4,500 


172.166 
31,636 


67,643 
11,789 


332,512 
21,626 


584.072 
70.000 


Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds.. 

Contributed capital 


310,305 
5,083 


30,958 


121,003 

77,879 


102,876 
889 


280,804 
2,400 


465.652 
1,495 










374,461 


35,458 


230,518 


115,554 


304,830 


537 147 






Total 


819,939 


86,762 


421,525 


197,575 


666,119 


1,205,643 


















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


282,923 
10,894 


26,599 
1,659 


175,047 
3,001 


59,116 
4,260 


253,076 
4,959 


402,544 
37.560 


Total revenue 


293,817 


28,258 


178,048 


63,376 


258,035 


440,104 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


207,164 


22,449 


133,828 


45,211 


195,063 


296,064 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


14,115 

32,711 

8,717 

13,889 


1,160 
1,789 


10,347 
17,154 


1,036 
8,150 
1,317 
3,996 


12,263 
21,215 


21,886 
54 366 


Financial 


354 


Depreciation 

Other 


1,899 


8,366 


10,397 


25.097 
















Total expense 


276,596 


27,297 


169,695 


59,710 


238,938 


397,767 


Net income (net expense) 


17,221 


961 


8,353 


3,666 


19,097 


42,337 


Number of customers 


1.072 


152 


876 


460 


1,376 


1,877 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



125 



Nepean 
Twp. 
61,464 


Neustadt 
561 


Newboro 
309 


Newburgh 
613 


Newbury 
316 


Newcastle 
1,875 


New 

Hamburg 

3,000 


Newmarket 
10,600 


Niagara 
3,150 


$ 
10,585,156 
2,170,605 


$ 
66,610 
20,225 


$ 
61,110 
19,652 


$ 
123,768 
50,268 


$ 
50,274 
18,372 


$ 
382,889 
126,340 


451,719 
78,514 


$ 

2,294,350 

543,253 


$ 
470,171 
166,407 


8,414,551 

84,034 
1 ,500,000 


46,385 
4,292 


41,458 
4,503 


73,500 

5,268 
5,000 


31,902 

5,355 


256,549 

13,740 
7,907 
4,000 
3,568 


373,205 

20,651 
20,000 


1,751,097 
160,446 


303,764 

8,121 

4,000 






2,000 
799 








398,031 
129,347 


1,508 


3,886 
10 


326 

84 


3,349 
781 


104,610 
30,134 


1,778 












2,111,412* 
247,847 


5,800 


7,302 


14,164 


5,765 
3 


29,215 


44,781 
645 


295,190 
7,062 


13,899 
25,468 


109,619 












161,318 










370 


7,644 


95,908 


38 














518,784 








3 
30,862 


370 
125,954 


8,289 
313,750 


102,970 
766,976 


25.506 


2,111,194 


52,598 


13,579 


30,550 


299,921 


13,155,941 


104,783 


62,339 


118,214 


68,532 


412,088 


740,025 


2,916,233 

265,126 

512,497 

10,882 


643,090 


6,254,000 


19,961 
3,461 

125 








74,000 

22,246 

6,304 


62,000 
5,426 
4,138 


2,445 


861,070 
23,014 


2,136 
94 


6,308 

225 


2,721 


20,377 
5,572 








7.138,084 
2,111,194 


23,547 
52,598 


2,230 
13,579 


6,533 
30,550 


2,721 
30,862 


102,550 
125,954 


71,564 
313,750 


788,505 
766,976 


28,394 
299,921 




















2,111,194 

1,296,000 
109,619 


52,598 
15,504 


13,579 
15,674 


30,550 
14,000 


30,862 
9,754 


125,954 
49,587 


313,750 
40,264 


766,976 
129,270 


299,921 
78,062 


1,643,568 
857,476 


13,134 


27,887 
2,969 


61,137 
5,994 


24,805 
390 


133,997 


242,552 
71,895 


814,023 
417,459 


231,048 
5,665 










3,906,663 


28,638 


46,530 


81,131 


34,949 


183,584 


354,711 


1,360,752 


314,775 


13,155,941 


104,783 


62,339 


118,214 


68,532 


412,088 


740,025 


2,916,233 


643,090 




















6,061,167 
281,696 


36,027 
651 


26,681 
2,128 


36,108 
2,638 


23,416 
1,183 


163,996 
9,529 


303,394 
6,366 


974,934 
67,883 


205,717 
14,291 


6,342,863 


36,678 


28,809 


38,746 


24,599 


173,525 


309,760 


1,042,817 


220,008 


4,142,747 


27,024 


17,246 


27,866 


19,443 


109,217 


212,312 


749,027 


148,128 


317,034 
441,632 
732,009 


521 
2,604 
1,525 
2,497 


2,754 
2,731 


1,634 
2,904 


1,238 
1,827 


9,649 
20,289 
13,083 
12,693 


16,560 
31,870 
10,535 
10,939 


68,870 

109,571 

54,902 

66,468 


29,784 

24,794 

2,568 


292,553 


2,137 


4,448 


1,701 


14,199 




















5,925,975 


34,171 


24,868 


36,852 


24,209 


164,931 


282,216 


1,048,838 


219,473 


416,888 


2,507 


3,941 


1,894 


390 


8,594 


27,544 


(6,021) 


535 


15,000 


228 


177 


215 


163 


675 


1.131 


3,761 


1,230 



126 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Niagara 
Falls 
60,000 


Nipigon 
Twp. 
2,613 


North 

Bay 

46,734 


North 

York 

514,817 


Norwich 
1,776 






1,147 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

10,336,794 

2,741,122 


$ 
344,543 
141,066 


$ 
7,730,864 
2,389,934 


$ 
64,731,024 
14,016,037 


S 
159,737 
59,393 


$ 
200,073 
98,128 








7,595,672 

65,228 
650,000 
63,000 
94,952 
11,059 


203,477 
6,164 


5,340,930 

2,450 
240,526 


50,714,987 

75,997 
3,897,856 


100,344 
16,454 


101,945 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


7,910 




6,500 
4,783 


7,500 
3,928 


13,000 
2,875 




285,677 
9,470 


2,726,916 
8,825 




1 109 












884,239 
270,033 


17,447 
1,132 


538,123 
107,932 


6,709,594 

1,509,865 

5,025,704 

130,090 


27,882 
498 


24,894 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 




47,534 




74,763 
















317,567 
5,524,299 


1,132 
226,055 


182,695 
3,228,209 


6,665,659 
22,512,181 


498 
196,316 






96,408 






Total 


14,321,777 


448,111 


9,289,957 


86,602,421 


325,040 


223,247 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


892,024 

60,951 

258,684 




2,190,500 
469,165 
189,570 


9,803,646 
4,714,883 
1,763,705 






21,685 
3,042 


7,459 
1,581 


8,082 




1,118 








1,211,659 
5,524,299 


24,727 
226,055 


2,849,235 

3,228,209 
1,200 


16,282,234 
22,512,181 


9,040 
196,316 


9,200 


RESERVES 


96,408 




















5,524,299 
2,127,786 


226,055 
10,000 


3,229,409 
1,179,158 


22,512,181 

5,609,940 

5,025,704 

34,290,058 
2,882,304 


196,316 
13,756 


96,408 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


55,100 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


4,633,479 
824,554 


187,329 


1,974,798 
57,357 


105,928 


57,657 
4,882 












7,585,819 


197,329 


3,211,313 


47,808,006 


119,684 


117,639 






Total 


14,321,777 


448,111 


9,289,957 


86,602,421 


325,040 


223,247 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


4,357,370 
217,221 


200,135 
14,089 


4,117,473 
216,212 


41,954,787 
1,500,039 


99,691 
4,580 


80,114 
8,668 


Total revenue 


4,574,591 


214,224 


4,333,685 


43,454,826 


104,271 


88,782 


EXPENSE 


3,126,997 


151,117 


2,887,388 


31,759,029 


69,560 


62,053 








443,899 
384,388 
141,526 
258,899 


17,418 
32,943 


269,175 
487,239 
259,776 
257,013 


2,027,842 

2,186,647 

985,551 

1,943,522 


10,955 
12,288 


5,816 


Administration 


7.358 


Depreciation 

Other 


11,858 


4,887 


8,939 
















Total expense 


4,355,709 


213,336 


4,160,591 


38,902,591 


97,690 


84,166 


Net income (net expense) 


218,882 


888 


173,094 


4,552,235 


6,581 


4,616 






Number of customers 


19,401 


834 


16,071 


133,654 


736 


498 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



127 



Oakville 
61,726 


Oil 

Springs 

560 


Omemee 
767 


Orangeville 
7,918 


Orillia 
21,785 


Orono 
1,123 


Oshawa 
90,102 


Ottawa 
308,879 


Otterville 
782 


$ 
14,775,985 
3.218,381 


$ 
108,179 
40,935 


$ 
146,397 
45,310 


$ 

1,211,259 

292,251 


$ 
8,310,084 
2,609,480 


$ 

163,699 
50,055 


$ 
17,255,912 
5,400,457 


$ 
56,195,735 
11,787,313 


$ 
117,353 
46,980 


11,557,604 

3,193 

1,720,000 

48,410 


67,244 
13,285 


101,087 
16,871 


919,008 

90,300 
75,000 


5.700,604 

500 

227,687 

75,394 

205,009 


113,644 

1,131 

18,000 

2,500 

2,577 


11,855,455 

293,020 

650,758 

410,920 

1,172,606 

2,710 


44,408,422 

402,472 
3,200,000 

200,000 
1,932,630 

504,612 


70,373 
6,875 








505,638 
2,387 


811 
800 


1,279 

7,685 


29,935 
204 


1,294 








2,279,628 
294,694 


14,896 
334 


25,835 


195,439 
13,977 


508,590 
152,226 


24,208 
325 


2,530,014 
354,218 


6,239,714 
957,945 


8,169 
342 








37,044 






5,761 


36,319 


360 


46,70.1 
















331,738 


334 
95,596 




19,738 
571,920 


188,545 
771,277 


685 
69,455 


400,919 
10,095,270 


957,945 
22,351,661 


342 


5,220,146 


61,033 


68,610 


19,389,116 


178,070 


187,955 


1,706,105 


7,169,016 


207,992 


24,881,658 


73,957,742 


147,494 


3,111,472 

1,808,400 

334,515 






153,500 

53,270 

7.877 


1,842,164 

366,628 

25,947 


21,400 
7,611 
2,057 


2,337,000 

1,499,666 

434,532 


534,000 

3,591,968 

11,718 




1,858 
441 


6,486 
749 


3.427 
886 


5,254,387 
5.220,146 


2,299 
95,596 


7,235 
61,033 


214,647 
571,920 


2,234,739 

771,277 
75,394 


31.068 
69,455 


4,271,198 
10,095,270 


4,137,686 

22,351,661 
200.000 


4.313 
68,610 
















5,220,146 
2,164,336 


95,596 
16,721 


61,033 
12,000 


571,920 
74,094 


846,671 
2,756,741 


69,455 
21,261 


10,095,270 
1,044,522 


22.551,661 
9.356,698 


68,610 
4,500 


4,313,116 
2,437,131 


63,223 
231 


92,240 
15,447 


640,166 
205,278 


1,139,013 
191,852 


86,208 


8,373,494 
1,097,174 


33,426,329 
4,485,368 


68,441 
1,630 








8,914,583 


80,175 


119,687 


919,538 


4,087,606 


107,469 


10,515,190 


47,268,395 


74,571 


19,389,116 


178,070 


187,955 


1,706,105 


7,169,016 


207,992 


24,881,658 


73,957,742 


147,494 




















8,999,078 
378,492 


31,842 
3,647 


48,915 
5,096 


725,406 
24,268 


2,195,338 
88,950 


83,485 
2,078 


10,334,440 
498,893 


33,403,373 
1,039,474 


44,139 
3,887 


9,377,570 


35,489 


54,011 


749,674 


2,284,288 


85,563 


10,833,333 


34,442,847 


48,026 


6,864,465 


21,356 


37,931 


487,303 


1,160,868 
257,073 
163,666 
167,356 
224,524 
209,477 


62,629 


7,967,690 


23,235,883 

503,398 

2,307,642 

1,571,181 

145,448 

1,398,988 


32,452 


404,593 

378,727 
463,693 


3,021 
7,553 


3,149 
4,640 


45,170 
56,179 
21,933 
35,198 


4,166 

12,900 

3,328 

4,671 


570,949 
694.233 
285,329 
540,329 


3,468 
4,806 


394,467 


3,472 


5,590 


4,318 




















8,505,945 


35,402 


51,310 


645,783 


2,182,964 


87,694 


10,058,530 


29,162,540 


45,044 


871,625 


87 


2,701 


103,891 


101,324 


(2,131) 


774,803 


5,280,307 


2,982 


18,042 1 


275 


330 


3,174 


8,020 


417 


27,765 l 


102,677 ' 


313 



128 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Owen 
Sound 
17.812 


Paisley 
784 


Palmerston 
1,860 


Paris 
6,303 


Parkhill 
1,176 


Parry 


Population 


Sound 
5.587 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

2.943,206 
1,022,587 


149,058 
35.731 


$ 

332.282 
111.386 


$ 

919,152 
357,803 


$ 

213,652 
63,830 


$ 
1.471,050 


Less accumulated depreciation 


546,962 




1,920.619 
98,803 


113,327 
1,184 


220,896 


561,349 

69,673 
50,000 


149,822 
27,161 


924,088 


CURRENT ASSETS 


20 141 






70,000 






3,000 
2,520 










172.738 


2,598 


6,596 
4,894 


2,572 
94 


8,719 


Other 
















271,541 
35,542 


6,704 
820 


2,598 
514 


131,163 
1,264 


29,827 
2,070 


98,860 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


21.481 




504 


2,340 




6,352 


1,704 


1,047 








Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


36.046 
2,235,402 


3,160 
94.332 


514 
260,965 


7,616 

737,707 


3,774 
162,265 


22,528 
291,196 






Total 


4,463,608 


217,523 


484,973 


1,437,835 


345,688 


1,336,672 


LIABILITIES 






3,000 

14,304 

2,425 


30.605 
40,501 
18,612 




16,000 


Current liabilities 


127,715 
3,035 


7,052 
8,680 


8.074 
905 


42,475 


Other liabilities 


30,655 






Total liabilities 


130,750 
2,235,402 


15,732 
94,332 


19,729 
260,965 


89,718 
737,707 


8,979 
162,265 


89,130 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 

Other reserves 


291,196 
2,310 
















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


2,235,402 
208,372 


94,332 
13,623 


260,965 
39,000 


737,707 
169,002 


162,265 
29,907 


293,506 
452,500 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


1,875,395 
13,689 


92,431 
1,405 


163,519 
1.760 


422,480 
18.928 


144,537 


491,851 
9,685 








Total capital 


2,097,456 


107.459 


204,279 


610.410 


174,444 


954,036 






Total 


4,463,608 


217,523 


484,973 


1,437,835 


345,688 


1,336,672 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,730,008 
74,099 


75.040 
746 


148,974 
1,267 


500,903 

12,801 


108,843 
6,063 


527.722 
41,281 


Total revenue 


1,804,107 


75,786 


150,241 


513,704 


114,906 


569,003 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


1,268,186 


54,052 


106,274 


357,394 


78,718 


320,601 


Local generation 


53,186 


Operation and maintenance 


106,150 

147,884 

434 

99,184 


3,858 

6.850 

102 

3,800 


8,594 

18,717 

1,225 

9,431 


28,750 

37,175 

7,298 

28,129 


9,777 
16,552 


57,633 


Administration 


59,443 
5,893 


Depreciation 

Other 


7,486 


47,500 
















Total expense 


1,621,838 


68,662 


144,241 


458,746 


112,533 


544,256 


Net income (net expense) 


182,269 


7,124 


6,000 


54,958 


2,373 


24,747 


Number of customers 


6,667 


413 


763 


2,353 


524 


2.327 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



129 



Pembroke 
15,933 


Penetang- 

uishene 

5,314 


Perth 
5,613 


Peter- 
borough 
56,138 


Petrolia 
3.979 


Pickering 
2,508 


Picton 
4,717 


Plantagenet 
855 


Plattsville 
556 


$ 
3,634,068 
1.744,049 


$ 
573,417 
227,555 


$ 
982,760 
349,482 


$ 

13,002,234 

5,212,950 


$ 
687,756 
236,629 


$ 
319,951 
87.088 


811,824 
306,516 


$ 
140,531 
47,900 


$ 
81,059 
25,486 


1,890,019 
170,973 


345,862 

1,437 
20,000 
10,000 
16,894 


633,278 

19,450 

40,000 

10,000 

7,249 


7,789,284 
449,211 


451,127 
41,936 


232,863 
19,079 


505,308 
62,521 


92,631 
25,345 


55.573 


80,000 


18,000 




15,000 

29,706 

2,142 








2,500 


71,274 


501,630 
19,716 


10,149 


4,988 
4,163 


2,571 
700 


628 












322^47 
43,368 


48,331 
2,595 


76,699 
16,997 


970,557 
96,961 


88,784 
23,824 


29,228 
449 


71,672 
22,113 


28.616 


21.128 
116 






150,403 






30,061 


9,860 


1.821 


15,319 


1.426 










193,771 
139,560 


2,595 
470,981 


16,997 
736,160 


127.022 
6,109,711 


33,684 
516,166 


2,270 
73,693 


37,432 
640,052 


1.426 
45.790 


116 
101.716 


2,545,597 


867,769 


1,463,134 


14,996,574 


1,089,761 


338,054 


1,254,464 


168,463 


178,533 


1,835,000 






1,780,300 

593,687 

16.006 




28,000 

28.168 

2,303 


37,000 
30,284 
11.158 


40,500 

12,183 

990 




214,296 
64,245 


32,835 
3,615 


41,596 
108 


44,835 
5,512 


778 






2,113,541 
139,560 


36,450 
470,981 


41,704 
736,160 


2,389,993 
6,109,711 


50,347 
516,166 


58,471 
73,693 


78,442 
640,052 


53,673 
45,790 


778 
101.716 




















139,560 
315,000 


470,981 
36,983 


736,160 
85,045 


6,109,711 
2,186,503 


516,166 
50,000 


73.693 
43,875 


640,052 
76,182 


45,790 
14,500 


101,716 
5,237 


(39,664) 
17,160 


321,441 
1,914 


600,225 


3,914,493 
395,874 


473,248 


98,981 
63,034 


459,296 
492 


52,370 
2,130 


70,802 










292,496 


360,338 


685,270 


6,496,870 


523,248 


205.890 


535,970 


69,000 


76,039 


2,545,597 


867,769 


1,463,134 


14,996,574 


1,089,761 


338,054 


1,254,464 


168,463 


178,533 




















1,286,685 
70,803 


395,862 
8,979 


542,366 
8,488 


5,797,452 
506,608 


325,254 
14,559 


165,883 
6,580 


385,524 
25,572 


88,294 
6,082 


56,157 
3,446 


1,357,488 


404,841 


550,854 


6,304,060 


339,813 


172,463 


411,096 


94,376 


59,603 


810,412 
9,362 


289,596 


395,059 


3,979,828 


202,513 


111,820 


270,915 


67,719 


56,301 


81,159 
113,320 
199,649 


34,292 
21,776 


21,068 

43,642 


503,051 
563,043 
292.528 
434,112 


39,288 
59,242 


8,312 
14,846 

6,815 
10,106 


33,790 

39,773 

4,127 

24,505 


3,181 
6,084 
4,942 
4,249 


1,601 
1,709 


119,278 


17,587 


28,498 


16,151 


2,929 




















1,333,180 


363,251 


488,267 


5,772,562 


317,194 


151,899 


373,110 


86,175 


62,540 


24,308 


41,590 


62,587 


531,498 


22,619 


20,564 


37,986 


8,201 


(2,937) 


5,252 


1,584 


2,320 


19,505 


1,524 


811 


1,950 


280 


213 



130 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Point 

Edward 

2,764 


Port 

Burwell 

684 


Port 

Colborne 

17,750 


Port 
Credit 
9,678 


Port 
Dover 
3,296 


Port 


Population 


Elgin 
2,706 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
376,044 
136,594 


$ 
135,927 
60,422 


2,390,238 
745,400 


$ 

1,572,280 

397,236 


$ 
601,739 
228,646 


$ 

692,110 


Less accumulated depreciation 


134,925 




239,450 
97,308 


75,505 
5,305 


1,644,838 

182,943 

75,000 

8,350 

12,736 

772 


1,175,044 

24,179 

110,000 

13,500 

88,312 


373,093 

31,784 
30,000 


557,185 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


17,473 












7,611 
155 


858 


7,408 


11,634 
















105,074 

442 


6,163 
358 


279,801 
36,815 


235,991 
17,308 


69,192 
979 


29,107 


OTHER ASSETS 


3,586 






11,491 


957 


17,151 


89,756 


500 


4,725 








11,933 
752,963 


1,315 
40,232 


52,966 
1,343,434 


107,064 
1,312,474 


1,479 
316,141 


8,311 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


257,231 


Total 


1,109,420 


123,215 


3,321,039 


2,830,573 


759,905 


851,834 


LIABILITIES 




8,100 
4,175 
1,548 


239,646 

102,810 

55,971 


252,800 

150,761 

53,816 


59,528 

22,856 

7,093 


115,000 




47,224 
2,637 


69,599 




3,445 








49,861 
752,963 


13,823 
40,232 


398,427 
1,343,434 


457,377 
1,312,474 


89,477 
316,141 


188,044 


RESERVES 


257,231 






















752,963 
17,000 


40,232 
31,900 


1,343,434 
376,013 


1,312,474 
146,233 


316,141 
88,999 


257,231 


CAPITAL 
Debentures redeemed 


37,787 


Sinking fund debentures 




Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


289,596 


27,819 
9,441 


1,182,305 
20,860 


910,372 
4,117 


248,748 
16,540 


363,395 
5,377 








Total capital 


306,596 


69,160 


1,579,178 


1,060,722 


354,287 


406,559 






Total 


1,109,420 


123,215 


3,321,039 


2,830,573 


759,905 


851,834 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


518,620 
9,131 


50,835 
3,196 


1,376,711 
57,990 


1,536,653 
35,892 


249,335 
19,711 


397,736 
9,536 


Total revenue 


527,751 


54,031 


1,434,701 


1,572,545 


269,046 


407,272 






EXPENSE 


458,737 


25,880 


910,307 


1,320,293 


149,544 


305,460 


Local generation 






7,408 
35,068 


11,373 
6,518 
2,926 
4,519 


134,445 
148,583 
31,813 
68,921 


43,127 
89,529 
34,124 
43,656 


46,603 
28,178 
12,882 
20,212 


21,620 


Administration 

Financial 


34,116 
11,686 


Depreciation 

Other 


11,795 


16,318 
















Total expense 


513,008 


51,216 


1,294,069 


1,530,819 


257,419 


389,200 




Net Income (net expense) 


14,743 


2,815 


140,632 


41,726 


11,627 


18,072 


Number of customers 


926 


419 


5,940 


2,467 


1,599 ' 


1,484 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



131 



Port Hope 
8.781 


Port 

McNicoll 

1,451 


Port Perry 
2,936 


Port Rowan 
852 


Port Stanley 
1,602 


Prescott 
5,128 


Preston 
16,200 


Priceville 
158 


Princeton 
436 


$ 

1.880,032 

658.702 


$ 
159,903 
48,547 


$ 
454,664 
134,293 


$ 
126,533 
39,023 


$ 
312,343 
140,228 


$ 
614,853 
285,680 


$ 

2,558,161 

853,122 


$ 
25,147 
10,940 


$ 
53,072 
21,409 


1,221,330 
63,670 


111,356 

2,918 
10,000 
16,000 
10,127 


320,371 

5,304 
32,000 


87,510 
16,018 


172,115 
22,410 


329,173 
13,595 


1,705,039 

84,734 
90,000 


14,207 
6,572 


31,663 

9,751 
3,000 








41,870 
15,925 


3,000 
854 


5,338 


3,558 
982 


10,196 


14,402 


59,361 
1,719 


813 
8 
















69;008 
51,336 


39,045 
557 


41,844 
1,306 


26,214 
153 


36,812 
389 


71,390 
12,262 


235,814 
46,330 


10,426 


13,572 










1,017 




110 


423 


111 


















51,336 


1,574 
144,781 


1,306 
239,084 


263 
62,924 


812 
252,437 


12,373 
561,434 


46,330 
1,787,518 






1,174,239 


9,430 


63,197 


2,515,913 


296,756 


602,605 


176,911 


462,176 


974,370 


3,774,701 


34,063 


108,432 






70,000 
25,142 
12,804 


2,550 

15,679 

569 


44,000 

10,451 

1,480 










93,145 
107,911 


4,725 
1,488 


31,829 
4,713 


119,823 
22,984 


496 


3.771 
1,024 






201,056 
1,174,239 


6,213 
144,781 


107,946 
239,084 


18,798 
62,924 


55,931 
252,437 


36,542 
561,434 


142,807 
1,787,518 


496 
9,430 


4,795 
63,197 




















1.174,239 
244,000 


144,781 
9,804 


239,084 
34,882 


62,924 
15,450 


252,437 
19,950 


561,434 
23,981 


1.787,518 
476,283 


9,430 
12,166 


63.197 
5,995 


856.561 
40,057 


134,866 
1,092 


213,394 
7,299 


76,365 
3,374 


130,878 
2,980 


323,093 
29,320 


1,266,673 
101,420 


11,633 
338 


34,200 
245 


1,140,618 


145.762 


255,575 


95,189 


153,808 


376,394 


1,844,376 


24,137 


40,440 


2,515,913 


296,756 


602,605 


176,911 


462,176 


974,370 


3,774,701 


34,063 


108,432 




















1,000,085 
58,159 


117,655 
3,483 


267,008 
11,866 


50,279 
3,228 


147,052 
4,668 


361,993 
32,337 


1,421,448 
66,691 


7,959 
215 


31.811 
1,261 


1,058,244 


121,138 


278,874 


53,507 


151,720 


394,330 


1,488,139 


8,174 


33,072 


731,237 


90,549 


178,073 


31,906 


87,089 


308,830 


1,141,126 


5,419 


26,128 


65,123 

99,369 

7,721 


4,660 
10,084 


13,503 

23,346 

7,689 

14,840 


4,617 

4,214 

941 

4,054 


28,241 

21,610 

4,850 

9,484 


22,497 
34,260 


106,066 

94,553 

5,408 

77,719 


382 
910 


1,420 
2,106 


55.449 


4,674 


24,727 


911 


2,192 




















958,899 


109,967 


237,451 


45,732 


151,274 


390,314 


1,424,872 


7,622 


31,846 


99,345 


11,171 


41,423 


7,775 


446 


4,016 


63,267 


552 


1,226 


3,190 


646 


1,149 


390 


1,135 


1,924 


4,994 


86 


199 



132 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Queenston 
575 


Rainy River 
1,153 


Red Rock 
1,859 


Renfrew 
8,968 


Richmond 
1,978 


Richmond 

Hill 

20.200 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


64.883 
27,628 


$ 

174,958 
91,818 


150,979 
53,748 


$ 

2,220,628 

762,925 


$ 
266,256 
56,436 


$ 
2,565,452 




858,706 








37,255 

2.010 
4.500 


83,140 

10,504 
5,000 


97,231 
18,606 


1,457,703 
11,631 


209.820 

19,526 
30,000 


1,706,746 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


48,428 
25,000 






6,675 
25,994 




Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


531 


681 
92 


1,854 


6,269 


115,624 
















7,041 


16,277 
1,514 


20,460 


44,300 
22.024 


55,795 


189,052 


OTHER ASSETS 


51,609 








6,365 
734 












2,162 


4,363 
















1,514 

53,762 




24,186 
477,140 


7.099 
91.825 


55,972 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


57,762 


98,370 


1,069,391 


Total 


102,058 


154,693 


216,061 


2,003,329 


364,539 


3,021,161 


LIABILITIES 








120,252 
47,222 
29,504 


90.800 

16.719 

796 


223,000 




2,754 
189 


7,233 
495 


6,576 
441 


205,252 


Other liabilities 


45,133 




2,943 
57,762 


7,728 
53,762 


7,017 
98,370 


196,978 
477,140 


108,315 
91,825 


473,385 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,069,391 


















57,762 
9,500 


53,762 
26,086 


98,370 
29,367 


477,140 
775,985 


91,825 

24,087 
6,365 

129,632 
4,315 


1,069,391 


CAPITAL 


488,436 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.. 


31,467 
386 


67,117 


72,239 
9,068 


547,959 
5,267 


926,601 
63,348 










41,353 


93,203 


110,674 


1,329,211 


164,399 


1,478,385 






Total 


102,058 


154,693 


216,061 


2,003,329 


364,539 


3,021,161 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

Revenue 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


29,525 
2,207 


95,695 
6,754 


71,406 
5,592 


638,706 
30,832 


164,657 
5,177 


1,525,040 

67,855 


Total revenue 


31,732 


102,449 


76,998 


669,538 


169,834 


1,592,895 






EXPENSE 


27,416 


72,857 


59,239 


382,524 
49,973 
47,185 
65,392 
26,301 
59,537 


116,003 


1,223,985 








1,984 
2,415 


11,609 
16,246 


3,929 
7,238 


3,936 

6,036 

11,774 

7.674 


69,916 


Administration 


128,974 
54,140 


Depreciation 

Other 


2,599 


6,354 


5,321 


80,160 
















Total expense 


34,414 


107,066 


75,727 


630,912 


145,423 


1,557,175 


Net income (net expense) 


(2,682) 


(4,617) 


1,271 


38,626 


24,411 


35,720 


Number of customers 


202 


451 


389 


3.177 


674 


5,714 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



133 



Ridgetown 
2,813 


Ripley 
442 


Rockland 
3,576 


Rockwood 
937 


Rodney 
1,011 


Rosseau 
236 


Russell 
605 


St. 

Catharines 

105,991 


St. Clair 
Beach 
1,961 


$ 

390,195 
110,584 


$ 
67,708 
21,001 


$ 
319,343 
88,747 


$ 
125,904 
30,074 


$ 
104,452 
47,312 


$ 

45,258 
11,433 


$ 
104,625 
28,365 


17,639,684 
4,066,405 


197,475 
61,221 


279,611 
35,822 


46,707 

9,544 
5,000 
8,000 
2,546 


230,596 

11,186 
6,000 


95,830 
11,129 


57,140 
32,676 


33,825 
3,530 


76,260 


13,573,279 

273,832 
400,000 


136,254 
2,443 










3,000 
1,804 




1,000 
1,437 






9,468 


7,733 
630 


1,087 


3,321 


1,433,953 
710 


6,733 
















45/290 
950 


25,090 


25,549 
626 


15,933 


33,763 
283 


5,967 


3,321 


2,108,495 
368,467 


9,176 














1,678 




2,184 


803 






128 


96,074 


688 












2,628 




2,810 
118,674 


803 
81,839 


283 
102,634 




128 
56,291 


464,541 
12,682,823 


688 


300,978 


68,329 


29,026 


96,208 


628,507 


140,126 


377,629 


194,405 


193,820 


68,818 


136,000 


28,829,138 


242,326 


36,686 




24,500 
21,055 
10,715 


8,434 
5,981 

877 






4,500 

1,431 

270 


2,425,953 

1,027,118 

260,728 




19,466 
3,000 


3,896 
369 


5,855 
1,021 


438 
3 


18,934 
621 


59,152 
300,978 


4,265 
68,329 


56,270 
118,674 


15,292 
81,839 


6,876 
102,634 


441 
29,026 


6,201 
56,291 


3,713,799 
12,682,823 


19,555 
96,208 




















300,978 
74,718 


68,329 
12,744 


118,674 
30,500 


81,839 
13,895 


102,634 
8,500 


29,026 
11,933 


56,291 
9,308 


12,682,823 
722,638 


96,208 
17,694 


192,600 
1,059 


54,788 


170,884 
1,301 


72,301 
11,078 


75,810 


25,718 
1,700 


60,805 
3,395 


10,953,475 
756,403 


106,982 

1,887 










268,377 


67,532 


202,685 


97,274 


84,310 


39,351 


73,508 


12,432,516 


126,563 


628,507 


140,126 


377,629 


194,405 


193,820 


68,818 


136,000 


28,829,138 


242,326 




















231,400 

3,558 


42,802 
1,074 


197,735 
9,538 


65,207 
4,566 


58,372 
2,335 


21,282 
406 


48,424 
2,409 


11,591,837 
392,263 


122,255 
1,800 


234,958 


43,876 


207,273 


69,773 


60,707 


21,688 


50,833 


11,984,100 


124,055 


156,405 


36,844 


148,637 


47,820 


45,948 


14,903 


40,137 


9.164,301 


94,740 


20,779 

28,998 

5,100 


1,924 
3,003 


12,299 
9,349 
5,123 

10,896 


1,931 
7,986 
2,060 
3,925 


6,723 
5,806 


1,085 
1,471 


1,455 

2,677 

935 

3,195 


630,823 
587,539 
273,865 
432,877 


4,802 
10,329 


10,358 


2,104 


3,708 


1,370 


6,034 




















221,640 


43,875 


186,304 


63,722 


62,185 


18,829 


48,399 


11,089,405 


115,905 


13,318 


1 


20,969 


6,051 


(1,478) 


2,859 


2,434 


894,695 


8,150 


1,198 


250 


1.078 


347 


453 


151 


258 


34,228 


553 



134 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





St. George 
970 


St. Jacobs 
959 


St. Marys 
4,557 


St. Thomas 
24,137 


Sandwich 


Population 


West 
11,882 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
109,437 
35,367 


$ 
106,547 
29,023 


$ 
772,384 
303,215 


$ 
3,831,652 
1,376,275 


$ 

1,138,369 




378,148 








74,070 
17,719 


77,524 

62,765 
2,000 


469,169 
62,744 


2,455,377 
51,687 


760,221 


CURRENT ASSETS 


16,884 










77,500 
30,005 


35,000 

207,998 

1,546 






730 


3,516 


143,214 


















18,449 
73 


68,281 


170,249 
20,633 


296,231 
97,775 


160,098 


OTHER ASSETS 


6,560 


Sinking fund on debentures 










38,514 


475 


8,784 












73 
97,998 




59,147 
1,077,592 


98,250 
3,206,900 


15,344 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


124,417 


323,679 


Total 


190,590 


270,222 


1,776,157 


6,056,758 


1,259,342 


LIABILITIES 


5,800 

787 
458 






116,000 

168,176 

74,768 


195,600 




7,025 
90 


1,844 
2,624 


164,658 


Other liabilities 


22,210 








7,045 
97,998 


7,115 
124,417 


4,468 
1,077,592 


358,944 
3,206,900 


382,468 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


323,679 




















97,998 
10,200 


124,417 
6,000 


1,077,592 
190,207 


3,206,900 
222,363 


323,679 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


195,964 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.... 


74,822 
525 


130,710 
1,980 


503,785 
105 


2,246,512 
22,039 


287,479 
69,752 








85,547 


138,690 


694,097 


2,490,914 


553,195 






Total 


190,590 


270,222 


1,776,157 


6,056,758 


1,259,342 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


74,161 
3,411 


80,381 
5,365 


314,898 
15,229 


2,262,055 
65,919 


734,253 
25,637 


Total revenue 


77,572 


85,746 


330,127 


2,327,974 


759,890 






EXPENSE 


57,257 


69,565 


239,312 


1,643,732 


523,183 








3,624 
4,870 
1,467 
3,445 


2,965 
3,955 


18,297 
45,561 


308,938 

151,240 

16,884 

109,755 


40,638 


Administration 


50,252 
40,028 


Depreciation 

Other 


3,271 


22,466 


30,626 














Total expense 


70,663 


79,756 


325,636 


2,230,549 


684,727 


Net income (net expense) 


6,909 


5,990 


4,491 


97,425 


75,163 


Number of customers 


335 


287 


1,864 


9,283 


3,644 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



135 



Sarnia 
56,147 


Scar- 
borough 
325,331 


Schreiber 
Twp. 
2,081 


Seaforth 
2,017 


Shelburne 
1,638 


Simcoe 
10,460 


Sioux 

Lookout 

2,470 


Smiths 
Falls 
9,484 


Southampton 
1,814 


$ 
9,556,017 
3,158,995 


$ 
44,598,564 
12,440,649 


$ 
266,272 
100,072 


$ 
448,734 
134,322 


$ 
332,054 
104,118 


$ 

1,725,174 

482,097 


$ 
426,538 
154,110 


$ 

1,483,456 

546,448 


$ 
429,513 
112,270 


6,397,022 
302,306 


32,157,915 

377,304 

5,200,000 

25,000 

2,804,291 

3,602 


166,200 
7,766 


314,412 
41,572 


227,936 
1,268 


1,243,077 

1,722 
200,000 


272,428 

110 
15,000 


937,008 
146,696 


317,243 
30,978 


99,500 

307,396 

12,801 












1,625 


3,010 
253 


23,603 
627 


72,615 


8,404 
516 


31,112 


11,708 










722,003 
260,694 


8,410,197 

844,683 

4,911,222 

521,296 


9,391 

944 


44,835 
378 


25,498 
14,226 


274,337 
3,904 


24,030 
17,298 


177,808 
32,439 


42,686 
9,558 


71,468 




386 




45,784 




23,140 


3,806 












332,162 
9,575,783 


6,277,201 
15,948,539 


944 
143,386 


764 
331,422 


14,226 
175,439 


49,688 
1,274,855 


17,298 
253,331 


55,579 
1,208,273 


13,364 
224,930 


17,026,970 


62,793,852 


319,921 


691,433 


443,099 


2,841,957 


567,087 


2,378,668 


598,223 


364,000 

409,609 

70,870 


10,659,451 
4,262,383 
1,261,545 






46,000 

32,496 

154 


355,000 

4,881 
36,467 








13,510 


16,380 
2,675 


25,606 
6,437 


65,681 


18,621 
806 










844,479 
9,575,783 


16,183,379 
15,948,539 


13,510 
143,386 


19,055 
331,422 


78,650 
175,439 


396,348 
1,274,855 


32,043 
253,331 


65,681 
1,208,273 


19,427 
224,930 




















9,575,783 
1,222,277 


15,948,539 

5,351,407 
4,911,222 

18,122,176 
2,277,129 


143,386 
50,000 


331,422 
74,440 


175,439 
20,991 


1,274,855 
150,435 


253,331 


1,208,273 
147,662 


224,930 
42,523 








5,023,971 
360,460 


113,025 


266,016 
500 


142,703 
25,316 


982,021 
38,298 


277,369 
4,344 


957,052 


307,033 
4,310 










6,606,708 


30,661,934 


163,025 


340,956 


189,010 


1,170,754 


281,713 


1,104,714 


353,866 


17,026,970 


62,793,852 


319,921 


691,433 


443,099 


2,841,957 


567,087 


2,378,668 


598,223 




















4,552,811 
235,048 


26,715,518 
1,449,723 


144,559 
4,791 


185,709 
18,624 


169,300 
6,677 


1,292,200 

46,158 


219,683 
15,857 


907,912 
24,944 


266,357 
7,856 


4,787,859 


28,165,241 


149,350 


204,333 


175,977 


1,338,358 


235,540 


932,856 


274,213 


3,371,437 


19,868,610 


112,382 


124,742 


130,637 


877,482 


172,766 


691,932 


193,110 


624,757 

419,897 

83,819 


1,407,389 
1,561,654 
1,174,831 
1,330,932 
5,431 


10,235 
22,147 


28,584 
25,382 


8,325 
19,259 

4,270 
11,228 


85,120 

104,563 

67,678 

48,206 


22,772 
35,711 


60,775 
76,946 


18,375 
19,089 


270,102 


8,250 


13,334 


12,214 


47,872 


11,764 


















4,770,012 


25,348,847 


153,014 


192,042 


173,719 


1,183,049 


243,463 


877,525 


242,338 


17,847 


2,816,394 


(3,664) 


12,291 


2,258 


155,309 


(7,923) 


55,331 


31,875 


17,217 


81,585 


695 


894 


885 


4,345 


1,037 


3,728 


1,467 



136 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





South Grimsby 
Twp. 
2,900 


South River 
1,009 


Springfield 
526 


Stayner 
1,865 


Stirling 




1,447 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

139,278 
45,889 


$ 

206,721 
72,233 


$ 

69,580 
27,599 


$ 
275,199 
56,018 


$ 
210,958 




72,462 








93,389 
14,003 


134,488 

18,074 
2,000 


41,981 
9,994 


219,181 
24,120 


138,496 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


14,590 














1,057 


4,061 
59 


835 


6,834 


1,070 


Other 


129 














15,060 
28 


24,194 


10,829 


30,954 
1.094 


15,789 


OTHER ASSETS 


674 


Sinking fund on debentures 










11,984 






902 














28 
82,845 


11,984 
30,627 




1,094 
169,292 


1,576 




51,337 


140,050 






Total 


191,322 


201,293 


104,147 


420,521 


295,911 


LIABILITIES 




53,000 

11,054 

2,565 




21,000 

15,520 

1,265 


661 




4,970 

589 


2,134 
432 


10,429 


Other liabilities 


2,129 








5,559 
82,845 


66,619 
30,627 


2,566 
51,337 


37,785 
169,292 


13,219 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


140,050 
















82,845 
15,000 


30,627 
37,000 


51,337 
9,500 


169,292 
13,557 


140,050 


CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


22,339 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.... 


84,059 
3,859 


66,687 
360 


40,744 


195,392 
4,495 


120,033 
270 










102,918 


104,047 


50,244 


213,444 


142,642 






Total 


191,322 


201,293 


104,147 


420,521 


295,911 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


73,976 
5,568 


83,792 
2,576 


23,679 
3,061 


159,981 
5,959 


110,639 
7,949 


Total revenue 


79,544 


86,368 


26,740 


165,940 


118,588 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


47,460 

6,409 

14,995 

81 

4,327 


54,198 


19,965 


108,780 


84,173 








3,787 
7,579 
7,773 
5,748 


2,009 
1,996 


6,016 

10,261 

4,162 

8,200 


4,381 


Administration 

Financial 


10,882 
692 


Depreciation 

Other 


2,406 


8,581 














Total expense 


73,272 


79,085 


26,376 


137,419 


108,709 


Net income (net expense) 


6,272 


7,283 


364 


28,521 


9,879 




Number of customers 


455 


394 


191 


906 


625 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



137 



Stoney 
Creek 
8,280 


Stouffville 
4,500 


Stratford 
23,380 


Strathroy 
6,373 


Streetsville 
6,753 


Sturgeon 
Falls 
6,509 


Sudbury 
91,000 


Sunderland 
680 


Sundridge 
697 


$ 

816,102 
282,505 


$ 
625,925 
149,500 


$ 
6,208,912 
1,358,709 


$ 

1,090,510 

390,689 


$ 
939,238 
171,402 


$ 

724,303 
217,598 


$ 

14,049,074 

4,062,690 


$ 

88,148 
32,141 


$ 

114,617 
33,420 


533,597 
22,603 


476,425 
33.053 


4,850,203 

37,433 
175,000 


699,821 
77,132 


767,836 

9,168 
100,000 


506,705 
33,647 


9,986,384 
122,267 


56,007 
12,530 


81,197 
18,311 












2,000 
2,838 


10,000 


2,838 


4,493 


317,516 
12,927 


22,549 


45,239 
1,780 


22,016 
271 


996,910 
4,592 


835 












25,441 
30 


37,546 
1,470 


542,876 
296,587 


99,681 
15,274 


156,187 
686 


55,934 


1,123,769 
242,218 


17,368 


29,146 
770 










100 


6,256 


84,805 


16,992 




8,000 


104,014 














130 


7,726 
305,789 


381,392 
3,573,277 


32,266 
692,641 


686 
358,688 


8,000 
257,449 


346,232 
4,887,557 




770 


380,779 


71,612 


49,817 


939,947 


827,486 


9,347,748 


1,524,409 


1,283,397 


828,088 


16,343,942 


144,987 


160,930 


2,000 
4,540 
8,331 


28,084 
32,324 
13,537 


1,465,500 

371,123 

18,456 


89,000 
60,789 
26.875 


28,047 
61,408 
15,865 


99,060 
44,115 
28,507 


3,014,000 
1,296,248 
1,014,498 






60 
157 


6,895 
565 


14,871 
380,779 


73,945 
305,789 


1,855,079 
3,573,277 


176,664 
692,641 


105,320 
358,688 


171,682 
257,449 


5,324,746 
4,887,557 


217 
71,612 


7,460 
49,817 




















380,779 
76,460 


305,789 
54,878 


3,573,277 
960,300 


692,641 
103,692 


358,688 
125,920 


257,449 
115,940 


4,887,557 
1,711,798 


71,612 
4,628 


49,817 
33,018 


438,783 
29,054 


371,139 
21,735 


2,783,904 
175,188 


536,982 
14,430 


415,466 
278,003 


282,237 
780 


4,013,503 
406,338 


66,376 
2,154 


70,433 
202 


544,297 


447.752 


3,919,392 


655,104 


819,389 


398,957 


6,131,639 


73,158 


103,653 


939,947 


827,486 


9,347,748 


1,524,409 


1,283,397 


828,088 


16,343,942 


144,987 


160,930 




















449,267 
36,240 


370.518 
15.994 


2,915,789 
197,447 


608,937 
11,708 


465,448 
21,306 


421,700 
23,350 


6,397,899 
521,230 


47,333 
3,050 


66,476 
1,528 


485,507 


386,512 


3,113,236 


620,645 


486,754 


445,050 


6,919,129 


50,383 


68,004 


383,234 


279,207 


1,981,040 


424,173 


382,184 


292,395 


4,904,906 


40,150 


55,327 


18,237 

50,655 

2,188 


26,335 

35,872 

5,922 

18,643 


270,596 
184,207 
175,335 
157,722 


51,351 
64,667 
11,576 
29,532 


8,847 
31,638 
10,163 
23,078 


49,035 
39,325 
18,903 
25,338 


669,407 
724,475 
371,599 
464,667 


2,436 
2.679 


2,220 
5,524 
2,809 


32,408 


3,619 


3,221 




















486,722 


365,979 


2,768,900 


581,299 


455,910 


424,996 


7,135,054 


48,884 


69,101 


(1,215) 


20,533 


344,336 


39,346 


30,844 


20,054 


(215,925) 


1,499 


(1,097) 


2,179 


1,597 


8,147 


2,591 


2,109 


1,989 


28,690 


299 


374 



138 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Sutton 
1.650 


Tara 
639 


Tavistock 
1,338 


Tecumseh 
5,104 




Population 


920 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
288,236 
67.256 


$ 
107,376 
18,547 


$ 
290,122 

99,309 


$ 

501,417 
216,163 


$ 
108,386 




37,415 








220,980 

15,735 
15,000 


88,829 
17,092 


190,813 
27,533 


285,254 
121,546 


70,971 


CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash on hand and in bank 


24,451 




8,000 
1,122 






15,500 




26,337 
533 


888 


32.415 


2,263 
















Total current assets 


57,605 
1,291 


26,214 
1,074 


28,421 
444 


153,961 
17,975 


42,214 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


130 




9,614 




810 


2,973 


4,356 








Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


10,905 
209.762 


1,074 
82,595 


1,254 
250,100 


20,948 
286,867 


4,486 
128,843 


Total 


499,252 


198,712 


470,588 


747,030 


246,514 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 

Current liabilities 






40,000 
16,537 


45,700 

43,502 

4,023 




22,840 
4,467 


7,899 
441 


7,457 


Other liabilities 


329 








Total liabilities 


27,307 
209,762 


8,340 
82,595 


56,537 
250,100 


93,225 
286,867 


7,786 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


128,843 














Total reserves 


209,762 
26,000 


82,595 
14,264 


250,100 

35,284 


286,867 
35,300 


128,843 


CAPITAL 


21,296 






Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds.... 

Contributed capital 


201,319 
34,864 


88,755 
4,758 


128,250 
417 


312,969 
18,669 


88,589 






Total capital 


262,183 


107,777 


163,951 


366,938 


109,885 






Total 


499,252 


198,712 


470,588 


747,030 


246,514 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 
Sale of electrical energy 


215,807 
11,918 


78,880 
2,054 


136,782 
10,218 


337,631 
21,056 


84,183 


Miscellaneous 


2,837 


Total revenue 


227,725 


80,934 


147,000 


358,687 


87,020 






EXPENSE 


168,604 


56,754 


115,657 


234,480 


78,447 






Operation and maintenance 


14,180 
29,164 


2,408 

1,750 

183 

3,203 


5,964 
8.037 
4,544 
9,705 


26.894 

31,233 

5,464 

15,403 


1.799 




5.047 


Financial 




Depreciation 

Other 


7,834 


3.849 














Total expense 


219,782 


64,298 


143,907 


313,474 


89,142 


Net income (net expense) 


7,943 


16,636 


3,093 


45,213 


(2,122) 






Number of customers 


1,027 


298 


597 


1,522 


417 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



139 



Terrace Ba} 
Twp. 
1,839 


t Thamesford 
1,397 


Thamesville 
994 


Thedford 
709 


Thessalon 
1,798 


Thornbury 
1,221 


Thorndale 
423 


Thornton 
320 


Thorold 
8,900 


$ 

343,435 
126,685 


213,246 
83,338 


$ 
167,481 
77,464 


$ 
102,686 
32,699 


$ 
270,048 
76,050 


$ 
250,837 
49,776 


$ 

62,423 
31,372 


$ 
39,811 
15,013 


$ 

1,197,178 
364,094 


216,750 
34,717 


129,908 
31,815 


90,017 
15,723 


69,987 
16,465 


193,998 
18,150 


201,061 
1,275 


31,051 
12,043 


24,798 
5.160 


833,084 




315,510 






3,947 
3,194 


3,000 
4,443 






3,000 
585 






4,840 


178 


3,967 


18,176 


1,110 


25,875 




















39,557' 


31,993 
126 


22,864 
280 


23,908 
29 


22,117 


19,451 
9,246 


15,628 


6,270 


341,385 
27,106 
















670 


5,473 


3,657 








179 
















126 
139,336 


950 
141,123 


5,502 
85,404 


3,657 
67,773 


9,246 
101,566 






27,285 


181,755 


48,219 


25,573 


1,392,809 


438,062 


301,363 


254,954 


184,801 


287,545 


331,324 


94,898 


56,641 


2,594,563 






4,000 
7,017 
1,364 




13,500 

16,452 

1,771 








9,021 


453 


10,940 
1,243 


4,145 
359 


10,996 
877 


2,784 
376 


4,754 
105 


45,140 
55,577 






453 
181,755 


12,183 
139,336 


12,381 
141,123 


4,504 
85,404 


31,723 
67,773 


11,873 
101,566 


3,160 
48,219 


4,859 
25,573 


109,738 
1,392,809 




















181,755 
78,000 


139,336 
8,289 


141,123 
15,188 


85,404 
16,500 


67,773 
51,500 


101,566 
85,714 


48,219 
3,086 


25,573 
7,200 


1,392,809 
117,937 


171,662 
6,192 


134,625 
6,930 


86,227 
35 


77,837 
556 


136,549 


124,101 
8,070 


40.390 
43 


18,009 
1,000 


890,550 
83,529 








255,854 


149,844 


101,450 


94,893 


188,049 


217,885 


43,519 


26,209 


1,092,016 


438,062 


301,363 


254,954 


184,801 


287,545 


331,324 


94,898 


56,641 


2,594,563 




















129,788 
11,029 


109,289 
9,098 


81,403 
4,913 


52,225 
2,633 


132,293 
5,836 


128,661 
3,370 


24,590 
3,651 


21,291 
285 


525,132 
39,552 


140,817 


118,387 


86,316 


54,858 


138,129 


132,031 


28,241 


21,576 


564,684 


109.050 


98,153 


64,701 


40,219 


91,801 


84,982 


19,848 


15,775 


356,799 


10,567 
14,878 


6,165 
9,467 


4,396 

11,003 

1,131 

5,754 


1,216 
4,086 


13,480 

18,430 

4,903 

7,866 


11,336 

13,666 

2,362 

7,202 


1,622 
4,285 


82 
1,014 


78,325 

112,359 

6,897 


10,612 


7,676 


3,568 


2,525 


1,393 


32,606 




















145,107 


121,461 


86,985 


49,089 


136,480 


119,548 


28,280 


18,264 


586,986 


(4,290) 


(3,074) 


(669) 


5,769 


1,649 


12,483 


(39) 


3,312 


(22,302) 


494 1 


506 


440 


314 


637 • 


636 


163 


125 


2,705 



140 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Thunder Bay 
106,237 


Tilbury 
3.576 


Tillsonburg 
6,358 


Toronto 
680,319 


Tottenham 
1,613 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

19,092,300 
7,264,691 


$ 

531,810 
178,828 


$ 

1,419,634 
394,067 


$ 
149,168.786 
51,381,251 


$ 

167,158 




38,522 






Net fixed assets 


11,827,609 

332,757 

700.000 

94.000 

896,809 

7,718 


352,982 
8,700 


1,025,567 
56,446 


97,787,535 

200,920 

2,799,539 

38.295 

7,892,594 

1,671,018 


128,636 


CURRENT ASSETS 


27,509 










Accounts receivable (net) 


10,138 


38,603 


6,361 










Total current assets 


2,031,284 
563,794 


18,838 
1,968 


95,049 
38,737 


12,602,366 

2,536,903 
5,615,953 
8,599,144 


33,870 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


237 


Miscellaneous assets 


7,791 


9,937 


149 


985 






Total other assets 


571,585 
22,112,868 


11,905 
392,215 


38,886 
804,529 


16,752,000 
128,474,595 


1,222 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


85,061 


Total 


36,543,346 


775,940 


1,964,031 


255,616,496 


248,789 


LIABILITIES 

Debentures outstanding 


875,000 
988,718 
808,907 


39,000 

38,795 

5,906 




8,570,050 
7,953.945 
2,612,048 


30,500 


Current liabilities 


86,297 
28,429 


14,307 


Other liabilities 


2,667 






Total liabilities 


2,672,625 
22,112,868 


83,701 
392,215 


114.726 
804,529 


19,136,043 

128,474,595 
330,900 


47,474 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


85,061 












Total reserves 

CAPITAL 


22,112,868 
1,841.776 


392,215 
74,012 


804.529 
204,211 


128.805,495 

36,519,942 
5,615,953 

61,538,381 
4,000,682 


85,061 
25,935 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.... 
Contributed capital 


8,936,289 
979,788 


194,914 
31,098 


814,292 
26,273 


48,526 
41,793 






Total capital 


11,757,853 


300,024 


1,044,776 


107,674,958 


116,254 






Total 


36,543,346 


775,940 


1,964,031 


255,616,496 


248,789 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


9,049,298 
701,789 


310,457 
8,135 


640,504 
41,308 


71,193.309 
3,275,606 


107,130 
2.232 






Total revenue 


9,751,087 


318,592 


681,812 


74,468,915 


109,362 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


6,908,119 


239,629 


480,033 


53,525,113 


73.628 


Local generation 




Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


738,512 
736,127 
134,604 
655,332 


21,291 

37,877 

7,639 

14,199 


60,956 

70,711 

857 

37,458 


8,469,703 
5,873,470 
1,127,004 
4,505,722 


5,266 
9,585 


Depreciation 

Other 


5,313 
5,035 














Total expense 


9,172,694 


320,635 


650,015 


73,501,012 


98,827 


Net income (net expense) 


578,393 


(2,043) 


31,797 


967,903 


10,535 






Number of customers 


35,102 


1,344 


2,805 


220,017 


768 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



141 



Trenton 
14.217 


Tweed 
1,779 


Uxbridge 
3,064 


Vankleek 
Hill 
1,681 


Vaughan 
Twp. 
19,000 


Victoria 

Harbour 

1,203 


Walkerton 
4,303 


Wallaceburg 
10,396 


Wardsville 
327 


$ 

2,492.495 
863,470 


$ 
251,516 
85,867 


$ 
458,219 
140,907 


$ 
209,157 
95,335 


$ 

4,620,632 
1,419,717 


$ 

130,635 
40,409 


$ 
677,892 
198,333 


$ 

1,634,353 

686.366 


$ 
59,522 
23,598 


1,629,025 
114,209 


165,649 
18,408 


317,312 

24,331 

60,000 

2,945 

5,498 


113,822 

10,901 
31,000 


3,200,915 
954,430 


90,226 
9,428 


479,559 

150 
3,000 


947,987 
72,572 


35,924 
8,196 


10,000 








50,000 

69,354 

727 


1,500 


96,014 
9,242 


1,636 
1,500 


1,331 

477 


204,651 

22,443 


16,879 


16,555 
457 


726 










229,465 
85,192 


21,544 
33 


92,774 


43,709 


1.181,524 
135,343 


26,307 
331 


20,162 
18,451 


192,653 
52,053 


10,422 
300 










8,742 


4,040 


253 


2,705 


310,591 




3,515 


69,620 










93,934 
1.968,589 


4,073 
183,367 


253 

291,738 


2,705 
70,968 


445,934 
1,107,089 


331 
68,164 


21,966 
467,538 


121,673 
1,918,961 


300 
34,273 


3,921,013 


374,633 


702,077 


231,204 


5,935,462 


185,028 


989,225 


3,181,274 


80,919 


37,000 




48,900 

27,800 

4,023 


3,400 

13,649 

250 


2,803,000 

1,161,396 

347,900 






114,000 

114,249 
11,357 




180,164 
127,406 


16,168 
455 


14,733 
478 


94,678 
5,701 


2,107 
256 


344,570 
1.968,589 


16,623 
183,367 


80,723 
291,738 


17,299 
70,968 


4,312,296 
1,107,089 


15,211 
68,164 


100,379 
467,538 


239,606 
1,918.961 


2,363 
34.273 




















1.968,589 

277,587 


183,367 
19,000 


291,738 
41,295 


70.968 
42,600 


1,107,089 
331,564 


68,164 
18,781 


467,538 
56,748 


1,918,961 
82.156 


34.273 
7,562 


1,260,380 
69,887 


155,643 


283,463 
4,858 


100.337 


(220,007) 
404,520 


81,343 
1,529 


364,560 


873,951 
66.600 


33.731 
2,990 












1,607,854 


174,643 


329,616 


142,937 


516,077 


101,653 


421,308 


1,022,707 


44,283 


3,921,013 


374,633 


702,077 


231,204 


5,935,462 


185,028 


989,225 


3,181,274 


80,919 




















1.634,845 
60,776 


137,304 
10,480 


254,212 
14,544 


114,014 
8,340 


2,941,939 
105,378 


87,006 
1,305 


457,338 
15,764 


1,378,200 
27,183 


22,547 
1,859 


1,695,621 


147,784 


268,756 


122,354 


3,047,317 


88,311 


473,102 


1,405,383 


24,406 


1,279,172 


117,177 


188,100 


81,228 


2,229,213 


57,109 


366,706 


1,198,881 


18,398 


70,208 

103,904 

19,970 


8,062 
11,608 


15,252 

28,021 

9,073 

14,586 


5,122 
9,185 
3,530 
8,018 


82.350 
174,476 
324,573 
168,349 


6.699 
9,226 


26,796 
34,109 


44,957 

130,861 

12,747 

50,087 


1,459 
1,729 


81.408 


9,086 


4,038 


22,054 


2,289 




















1,554,662 


145,933 


255,032 


107,083 


2,978,961 


77,072 


449,665 


1,437,533 


23,875 


140,959 


1,851 


13,724 


15,271 


68,356 


11,239 


23,437 


(32,150) 


531 


5,291 


703 


1,153 1 


618 


6,369 


600 


1,678 


3,820 


179 



142 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Warkworth 
545 


Wasaga Beach 
1,873 


Waterdown 
2,085 


Waterford 
2,418 




Population 


37,893 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

98,212 
37,450 


276,892 
114,006 


$ 
297,559 
107,261 


$ 
264,421 
75,229 


8,123,370 




1,752,371 








60,762 
13,222 


162,886 

16,716 
7,000 


190,298 

25,781 
10,000 


189,192 

6,200 
50,000 


6,370,999 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 


351,942 
200,000 










205 


8,078 
1,200 


6,507 


3,541 


438,686 


Other 


1,828 














13,427 


32,994 
725 


42,288 


59,741 
403 


992,456 


OTHER ASSETS 


217,956 


Sinking fund on debentures 










6.268 


642 


165 


42,059 












6,993 
80,942 


642 
171,002 


568 
230,595 


260,015 




48,080 


3,101,484 






Total 


122,269 


283,815 


404,230 


480,096 


10,724,954 






LIABILITIES 


3,295 

3,124 

378 


4,500 

6,948 

441 


7,000 

13,277 

1,431 


13,800 
2,582 
7,097 


1,509,000 




574,749 




347,008 








6,797 
48,080 


11,889 
80,942 


21,808 
171,002 


23,479 
230,595 


2,430,757 


RESERVES 


3,101,484 


















Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


48,080 
11,478 


80,942 
105,500 


171,002 
30,633 


230,595 
28,323 


3,101,484 
1,456,171 


Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.... 


50,002 
5,912 


85.191 
293 


160,158 
20,629 


197,699 


2,967,312 
769,230 










67,392 


190,984 


211,420 


226,022 


5,192,713 






Total 


122,269 


283,815 


404,230 


480,096 


10,724,954 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


42,948 
2,902 


143,572 
3,929 


147,729 
10,553 


187,372 
4,510 


4,367,678 
217,816 


Total revenue 


45,850 


147,501 


158,282 


191,882 


4,585,494 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


28,247 


90,892 


114,236 


123,016 


3,114,896 




2,495 

3,922 

642 

3,848 


8,605 

23,147 

1,321 

8,900 


12,155 
9,968 
1,417 

10,567 


20,961 

16,144 

3,219 

7,031 


214,459 


Administration 

Depreciation 

Other 


286,232 
235,506 
199,592 














Total expense 


39,154 


132,865 


148,343 


170,371 


4,050,685 




6,696 


14,636 


9,939 


21,511 


534,809 




Number of customers ' 


273 


873 


672 


912 


9,989 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



143 



Watford 
1,421 


Waubau- 
shene 
1,550 


Webbwood 
542 


Welland 
43,278 


Wellesley 
850 


Wellington 
979 


West Lome 
1,119 


Westport 
633 


Wheatley 
1,647 


$ 

187,571 
74,201 


$ 
87,751 
24,409 


$ 
77,154 
17,471 


7,109,202 
2,080,337 


$ 
93,031 
24,617 


$ 
151,577 
56,839 


$ 
178,972 
89,481 


80,937 
18,093 


298,401 
85,286 


113,370 
7,418 


63,342 
8.326 


59,683 

4,011 
2,500 


5,028,865 

179,038 
75,000 


68,414 
5,078 


94,738 
1,035 


89,491 
70,116 


62,844 
10,205 


213,115 
19,916 


5 037 




5,000 
592 


6,000 

1,720 

900 




3,500 
1,322 




11,018 


3,328 


1,247 
411 


184,781 
6,432 


10,794 


1,097 














23,473 
951 


11,654 
21 


8,169 

65 


445,251 
153,118 


10,670 


9,655 
650 


80,910 
125 


15,027 


21,013 
1,122 














1,619 


39,313 




1,038 






142 














951 


21 
54,371 


1,684 

15,842 


192,431 
3,729,362 




1,688 
113,127 


125 
201,229 




1,264 


225,167 


86,648 


66,627 


149,613 


362,961 


129,388 


85,378 


9,395,909 


165,732 


219,208 


371,755 


144,498 


385,005 






6,991 

12,237 

420 


1,587,500 

334,450 

24,313 












9,303 
1,004 


4,351 
20 


4,326 
395 


16,027 
12,898 


12,050 
391 


4,688 
456 


8,542 
891 


10,307 
225,167 


4,371 
54,371 


19,648 
15,842 


1,946,263 
3,729,362 


4,721 
86,648 


28,925 
113,127 


12,441 
201,229 


5,144 
66,627 


9,433 
149,613 




















225,167 
9,055 


54,371 
3.242 


15,842 
23,009 


3,729,362 
1,130,337 


86,648 
12,428 


113,127 
13,816 


201,229 
8,000 


66,627 
15,000 


149,613 
52,000 


118,432 


67,404 


26,879 


2,195,279 
394,668 


59,883 
2,052 


53,848 
9,492 


146,585 
3,500 


57,651 
76 


171,461 
2,498 










127,487 


70,646 


49,888 


3,720,284 


74,363 


77,156 


158,085 


72,727 


225,959 


362,961 


129,388 


85,378 


9,395,909 


165,732 


219,208 


371,755 


144,498 


385,005 




















109,848 
4,725 


53,546 
1,042 


29,999 
1,791 


3,514,341 
161,759 


47,603 
1,527 


71,613 
4,842 


108,784 
10,600 


52,622 
2,163 


106,609 
5,787 


114,573 


54,588 


31,790 


3,676,100 


49,130 


76,455 


119,384 


54,785 


112,396 


77,996 


35,962 


20,615 


2,557,582 


39,877 


58,345 


93,044 


39,350 


78,268 


9,924 
18,095 


4,122 
4,321 


1,454 
3,073 
2,814 
2,149 


209,851 
310,997 
229,240 

182,279 


1,956 
4,818 


5,397 
6,513 
1,092 
5,761 


10,787 
17,332 


2,807 
5,097 


8,354 
11,978 


5,637 


2,623 


2,936 


6,711 


2,279 


8,147 




















111,652 


47,028 


30,105 


3,489,949 


49,587 


77,108 


127,874 


49,533 


106,747 


2,921 


7,560 


1,685 


186,151 


(457) 


(653) 


(8,490) 


5,252 


5,649 


616 


470 


166 


12,572 


324 


505 


497 


312 


603 



144 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Population 


Whitby 
23,830 


Wiarton 
2,014 


Williamsburg 
325 


Winchester 
1,521 


Windermere 
110 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
4,530,770 
1,077,244 


$ 
304,104 
94,280 


S 
32,206 
18,198 


$ 
204,015 
75,520 


54,071 




16,466 






3,453,526 
231,210 


209,824 

150 

12,000 

10,000 

7,942 


14,008 
3,739 


128,495 
8,851 


37 605 


CURRENT ASSETS 


5,873 






16,000 
240 


20,000 
2,633 

1,147 




- Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


180,368 
360 


551 
225 












411,938 
162,390 


30,092 

18,748 


19,979 


32,631 


6 649 


OTHER ASSETS 














3,160 






1,542 














165,550 
1,714,799 


18,748 
219,144 




1,542 

214,722 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


47,273 


28.639 


Total 


5,745,813 


477,808 


81,260 


377,390 


72,893 


LIABILITIES 


821,000 
274,524 
822,115 












39,847 
157 


2,109 

429 


16,241 
171 


429 












1,917,639 
1,714,799 


40,004 
219,144 


2,538 
47,273 


16,412 

214,722 


429 


RESERVES 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


28,639 














Total reserves 

CAPITAL 

Debentures redeemed 


1,714,799 
594,966 


219,144 
37,400 


47,273 
2,750 


214,722 
29,162 


28,639 
11,238 






Accumulated net income invested in 
plant or held as working funds.... 


1,132,993 
385,416 


179,604 
1,656 


28,699 


117,094 


32,587 












2,113,375 


218,660 


31,449 


146,256 


43,825 






Total 


5,745,813 


477,808 


81,260 


377,390 


72,893 














B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


2,237,392 
144,635 


168,454 
9,221 


20,733 
1,444 


178,826 
5,745 


19,290 
552 




2,382,027 


177,675 


22,177 


184,571 


19,842 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 


1,663,214 


126,517 


19,736 


153,070 


15.704 


Operation and maintenance 


122,896 
177,535 
167,681 
141,708 


14,874 
13,602 


598 
2,337 


3,711 
11,734 


1,457 
926 






Depreciation 

Other 


9,049 


1,314 


6.606 


1,701 














Total expense 


2,273,034 


164,042 


23,985 


175,121 


19,788 


Net income (net expense) 


108,993 


13,633 


(1,808) 


9,450 


54 


Number of customers 


7.734 


912 


149 


695 


142 



Statements A and B 
Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1972 



145 



Windsor 
198,298 


Wingham 
2,855 


Woodbridge 
2,500 


Woodstock 
25,093 


Woodville 
475 


Wyoming 
1,260 


York 
142,296 


Zurich 
765 


Total 
5,744,088 


$ 
32,226,822 
10,686,323 


$ 
540,985 
205,845 


$ 
294,323 
147,608 


$ 
4.551,937 
1,471,016 


$ 
66,417 
21,686 


$ 

157,153 
59,326 


$ 
15,404,723 
5,380,905 


$ 
125,737 
25,545 


$ 
982,727.779 
275,053,201 


21,540,499 
675.974 


335,140 
100 


146,715 

361 

10,000 

24,875 

4,852 

2,375 


3,080,921 
376,866 


44,731 
4,022 


97,827 
374 


10,023,818 

89,566 

1.500,000 

500,000 

455,460 

109,432 


100,192 
12,963 


707,674,578 

20,195,435 
34,329,279 


1,328,606 


49,932 
11,348 




3,000 

1,439 

350 


3,386 

2,908 

36 




5,160,192 


2,826,481 
18,763 


44,900 
70 


5,828 


44.081,793 
3,170,023 










4,849,824 
824,388 


61.380 
11,479 


42,463 


421,836 
215,425 


8,811 


6,704 
66 


2,654,458 
193,891 


18,791 


106,936,722 
20,701,911 










20,615,968 


82,066 




9,498 




792 




857,121 




15,512.583 














906,454 


11,479 
427,208 


9,498 
338,106 


215,425 
3,470,523 


792 
46,482 


66 
81,946 


1,051,012 
10,942,049 




56,830,462 


22,810,102 


88,967 


587,606,219 


50,106,879 


835,207 


536,782 


7,188,705 


100,816 


186,543 


24,671,337 


207,950 


1,459,047,981 


1,593,800 












861,856 
901,786 




122,967.025 


2,603,035 
210.512 


12,504 
5,378 


2,095 
4,437 


227,615 
50,944 


3,676 
94 


11,678 
876 


6,514 
225 


64,348,580 
17,428,398 


4.407,347 
22,810,102 


18.882 
427,208 


6.532 
338,106 


278,559 
3.470,523 


3,770 
46,482 


12,554 
81,946 


1.763,642 
10,942.049 


6,739 

88,967 


204,744,003 

587,606,219 
961,743 




















22,810,102 
4,442,017 


427,208 
81,155 


338,106 
23,835 

165,066 
3,243 


3,470,523 
429,776 

2,740.501 
269,346 


46,482 
5.248 


81,946 
9,700 


10.942,049 

790,978 

11.127,149 
47,519 


88,967 
5,592 


588,567,962 

141,415,655 
20.615,968 


17,486,431 
960,982 


308,962 


44.254 
1,062 


81,612 
731 


106,652 


445,801,618 
57,902,775 










22,889.430 


390,117 


192.144 


3,439,623 


50,564 


92.043 


11,965,646 


112,244 


665,736,016 


50,106,879 


835,207 


536,782 


7,188,705 


100,816 


186,543 


24,671,337 


207,950 


1,459,047,981 




















20.106,293 

724,728 


315,926 
12,231 


204,174 
12,501 


2,617,040 
108,762 


29,503 
1,202 


81,736 
3,840 


8,799,111 
449,640 


68,655 
4,428 


556,595,062 
24,158,657 


20,831,021 


328,157 


216,675 


2,725,802 


30,705 


85,576 


9,248,751 


73,083 


580,753,719 


14,018.021 


240,861 


187,977 


2,094,664 


21,312 


67,970 


6,391,921 


49,602 


419,458,744 
1,013,587 


1,764,728 

1,308,396 

336,240 


18,803 
28,709 


7,097 
27,006 


151,603 

140,205 

528 

133,824 


2.217 
2,160 


5,341 
5,222 


543,870 

902,743 

11,603 

484,572 
83,254 


6,160 
9,126 


38,791,768 
38,240,177 
16,146,289 


885,013 


14,727 


13,557 


2,435 


5,211 


3,549 


27,904,709 
88,685 


















18,312,398 


303,100 


235,637 


2,520,824 


28,124 


83,744 


8,417,963 


68,437 


541,643,959 


2,518,623 


25,057 


(18,962) 


204,978 


2,581 


1,832 


830,788 


4,646 


39,109,760 


62,453 


1.236 


888 


8,750 


221 


545 


38,373 


351 


1.821,795 



STATEMENT "C" 



Statement C records revenue, consumption, number of customers, average con- 
sumption per customer, and average cost per kilowatt-hour for each of the three main 
classes of service for all the municipal electrical utilities supplied under cost contracts 
with the Commission. The number of customers shown is that at the end of the year 
under review, but the calculation of average consumption per customer is based on 
the average of the numbers served at the end of the year under review and the preced- 
ing year. The revenue and consumption from house heating and the use of flat-rate 
water heaters are included in the totals shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt- 
hours being estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average cost per kilowatt-hour is the average cost to the customer, that is the 
average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical average 
does not represent the utility's actual cost of delivering one kilowatt-hour. However, 
a comparison of this average over a number of years is some indication of the trend 
of cost in any one municipality, and the general trend may be seen in the table on 
page 94. Other things being equal, the average cost per kilowatt-hour would rise with 
an increase in rates. The normal trend, however, is for consumption per customer to 
increase, and residential customers in particular are using an ever-widening variety of 
electrical appliances, including fast-recovery water heaters. This increased use, since 
it is billed at the lower rates usually applicable to higher-consumption blocks of 
kilowatt-hours, is frequently reflected in a lower average cost per kilowatt-hour. 

For industrial power service customers, the relationship between demand (kilo- 
watts required) and energy (kilowatt-hours of use) is an important factor in estab- 
lishing the customer's average cost per kilowatt-hour. The use of the demand for 
only a few hours will result in a relatively small total bill but a high average cost per 
kilowatt-hour; the use of the same demand for several hours will increase the total 
bill but substantially reduce the average cost per kilowatt-hour. In other words, the 
average cost per kilowatt-hour varies inversely with the customer's load factor. 

Rates and typical bills are no longer included in this publication. Readers whose 
particular interest is in this type of information may obtain on application to the 
Statistical Department of the Consumer Service Division at the Commission's Head 
Office a computer print-out of rates as in effect at December 31, 1972, or of rates 
currently in force. 

147 



148 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Revenue 

(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Total 

Consumption 
(including 

Street 
Lighting) 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Cus- 
tomers 



-Si 

« 1° 

2 O a 



Toronto 

Hamilton 

North York 

Ottawa 

Etobicoke 

Scarborough 

Mississauga 

Windsor 

London 

St. Catharines... 

Kitchener 

Oshawa 

Thunder Bay 

Oakville 

York 

East York 

Guelph 

Burlington 

Sudbury 

Peterborough 

Nepean Twp 

Brantford 

Kingston 

Sarnia 

Waterloo 

Niagara Falls 

North Bay 

Brampton 

Gait 

Barrie 

Welland 

Chatham 

Belleville 

Gloucester Twp. 
Vaughan Twp.... 

Woodstock 

Stratford 

Orillia 

Whitby 

St. Thomas 



$ 

71,193,309 
44,805,852 
41,954,787 
33,403,373 
28,476,277 

26,715,518 
18,750,919 
20,106,293 
18,402,507 
11,591,837 

10,779,979 

10,334,440 

9,049,298 

8,999.078 

8,799,111 

7,835,874 
6,891,046 
7,385,166 
6,397,899 
5,797,452 

6,061,167 
5,330,683 
5,198,941 
4,552,811 
4,367,678 

4,357,370 
4,117,473 

4,268,886 
3,624,295 
3,298,379 

3,514,341 
3,527,385 
3,151,087 
3,530,743 
2,941,939 

2,617,040 
2,915,789 
2,195,338 
2,237,392 
2,262,055 



kWh 
5,902,359,261 
4,558,949,763 
3,202,204,521 
2,583,217,581 
2,284,214,525 

1,968,818,561 
1,542,416,636 
1,508,538,941 
1,374,120,325 
943,979,748 

872,010,482 
865,253,640 
771,485,872 
743,116,584 
693,558,512 

605,473,764 
546,827,046 
517,792,109 
507,045,319 
444,302,193 

441,688,115 
436,618,883 
425,451,099 
394,082,154 
337,709,329 

323,423,703 

298,886,352 
293,729,326 
283,491,085 
258,962,177 

256,174,993 
252,256,815 
249,041,665 
241,638,436 
218,326,040 

212,235,356 
207,533,630 
176,237,244 
171,666,852 
169,569,550 



$ 
17,539,753 

8,972,099 
15,868,746 

9,687,363 
10,231,346 

10,749,873 
6,083,688 
6,948,013 
7,903,738 
3,650,553 

3,544,472 
3,579,751 
3,758,184 
2,861,015 
3,382,681 

2,914,087 
2,728,644 
3,511,557 
3,389,480 
2,613,175 

2,925,641 
2,051,295 
2,060,971 
1,753,090 
1,430,182 

1,755,812 
2,001,683 
1,534,639 
1,361,557 
1,430,092 

1,228,857 
1,112,297 
1,232,951 
1,873,154 
953,379 

967,920 
1,101,403 

800,881 
1,076,710 

963,161 



kWh 

1,202,770,281 
615,840,558 

1,099,361,895 
836,195,076 
736,441,445 

765,018,148 
440,033,327 
383,595,405 
468,877,818 
215,338,365 

269,771,625 
256,706,356 
293,792,374 
177,932,448 
251,468,052 

199,291,976 
182,618,273 
221,986,822 
283,629,763 
172,325,734 

200,518,247 
139,972,481 
151,970,933 
124,030,270 
96,933,811 

117,873,117 

135,288,848 
94,774,517 
92,548,486 
99,537,307 

69,489,474 
63,467,619 
95,289,516 
116,434,176 
62,487,249 

66,147,664 
67,929,650 
60,920,386 
75,315,628 
59,188.130 



187,080 
92,969 

121,231 
90,406 
82,028 

73,528 
38,017 
55,740 
64,065 
31,063 

32,007 
24,908 
31,497 
15,675 
34,497 

32.888 
16,338 
22,401 
25,755 
17,421 

13,473 
18,870 
16,602 
15,433 
8,861 

17,131 
13,959 
10,986 
10,211 
8,651 

11,321 

9,957 

10,459 

10,066 

5,176 

7,759 
7,168 
7,040 
6,945 
8,297 



kWh 
537 
560 
763 
774 
751 

838 

1,014 

573 

613 

585 

715 
873 
790 
965 
590 

506 
941 
853 
929 
831 

1,264 
620 

763 
671 
940 

584 
821 
784 
765 
980 

516 

539 

764 

1,020 

1,019 

716 
796 
731 
935 
605 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



149 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial ok General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








11 


Avg. 








Avg. 












t» B -2 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


ill 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mom 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


$ 


kWh 







$ 


kWh 


14,322,834 


935,745,526 


25,676 


3,173 


1.53 


38,539,727 


3,698,469,619 


7.261 


1.04 


790,995 


65,373,835 


7,301,477 


533,461,970 


9,384 


4,738 


1.37 


28,229,450 


3.385,889.944 


725 


0.83 


302,826 


23,757,291 


25,620,-886 


2,066,752,626 


12,423 


14,127 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


465,155 


36,090,000 


23,420,252 


1,725,657,558 


12,271 


11,690 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


295,758 


21,364,947 


6,994,239 


531,454,439 


4,432 


10,113 


1.32 


10,926,698 


990,968,641 


1.653 


1.10 


323,994 


25,350,000 


8,621,702 


585,112,490 


7,100 


7,189 


1.47 


7,034,526 


595,302,595 


957 


1.18 


309.417 


23,385.328 


4,897,153 


369,495,544 


3,531 


9,067 


1.33 


7,589,754 


718,767,569 


593 


1.06 


180,324 


14,120,196 


12,920,838 


1,106,927,866 


6,713 


13,633 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


237,442 


18,015,670 


10,299,048 


888,160,882 


6,115 


12,112 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


199,721 


17,081,625 


7,793,345 


716,466,601 


3,165 


19,008 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


147.939 


12,174,782 


2,932,729 


203,705,234 


3,294 


5,283 


1.44 


4,146,461 


386,312,845 


243 


1.07 


156.317 


12,220,778 


6,657,454 


600,545,084 


2,857 


18,116 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


97.235 


8,002,200 


5,165,054 


466,239,644 


3,605 


10,778 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


126,060 


11,453,854 


6,078,324 


560,916,763 


2,367 


20,779 


1.08 


* 


* 


* 


* 


59,739 


4,267,373 


5,323,371 


434,616,541 


3,876 


9,194 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


93,059 


7,473,919 


3,153,772 


200,144,063 


2,419 


6,868 


1.58 


1,677,836 


198,931,103 


116 


0.84 


90,179 


7,106,622 


1,223,391 


83,632,618 


1,299 


5,477 


1.46 


2,865,898 


274,857,726 


141 


1.04 


73,113 


5,718,429 


2.021,405 


140,851,383 


1,594 


7,597 


1.44 


1.786,886 


149,855,748 


227 


1.19 


65,318 


5,098,156 


2,508,492 


184,441,579 


2,599 


6,007 


1.36 


415,447 


32,743,600 


336 


1.27 


84,480 


6,230,377 


3,120,611 


266,676,098 


2,084 


10,502 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


63,666 


5,300,361 


3,119,083 


239,997,375 


1,527 


13,656 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,443 


1,172,493 


3,203,283 


290,305,036 


2,332 


10,421 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


76.105 


6,341,366 


3,085,500 


268,878,236 


3,082 


7,344 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


52.470 


4,601,930 


1,178,000 


80,619,050 


1,634 


4,110 


1.46 


1,548,289 


184,077,370 


150 


0.84 


73,432 


5,355.464 


2,879,463 


236,308,230 


1,128 


18,404 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


58,033 


4.467,288 


2,532,374 


200,008,474 


2,270 


7,352 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


69,184 


5,542,112 


2,084,583 


161,135,417 


2,112 


6,468 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31,207 


2,462,087 


1,448,843 


97,620,081 


1,104 


7,639 


1.48 


1,245,497 


98,492,679 


145 


1.26 


39,907 


2,842,049 


2,221,140 


187,590,267 


1,308 


12,251 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


41,598 


3,352,332 


1,853,479 


158,154,664 


1,323 


10,026 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14.808 


1.270,206 


2,239,321 


182,985,889 


1,251 


12,121 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


46,163 


3.699.630 


2,363,221 


184,755,932 


1,612 


9,578 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


51,867 


4,033,264 


1,869,809 


149,823,518 


1,889 


6,839 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


48,327 


3,928,631 


1,637,062 


123,740,392 


924 


11,638 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


20,527 


1,463,868 


1,967,548 


154,175,291 


1,193 


11,390 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


21,012 


1,663,500 


1,616,079 


143,194,980 


991 


12,096 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


33,041 


2,892,712 


1,773,890 


136,442,960 


979 


11,819 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


40,496 


3,161,020 


466,275 


34,296,423 


828 


3,437 


1.36 


906,326 


79,046.966 


152 


1.15 


21,856 


1,973,469 


1,134,808 


94,205,579 


789 


10,275 


1.20 


* 


* 


* 


* 


25,874 


2,145.645 


1,280,906 


108,814,910 


986 


9,262 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17.988 


1,566,510 



150 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg.... 
Ancaster Twp.. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beachville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville.... 



Popula- 
tion 



5,084 

545 

12,368 

3,144 

1,094 

3.148 
3,708 
699 
4,876 
15.205 

325 

454 

5,966 

1,404 

1,043 

6.047 

13,064 

230 

4,657 

1,300 

962 

2,180 

26,784 

1,433 

793 

539 

998 

4,100 

1,312 

1,044 

2,808 
34,351 

780 
3,430 

742 

809 
1,389 
3,251 

813 
8,862 



Total 
Customers 



1,727 

257 

3.809 

1.265 

375 

1,223 
1,305 
352 
1,780 
1.191 

121 
204 
2,176 
602 
436 

1.836 
3,757 

114 
1,816 

467 

308 
852 
9,974 
489 
287 

254 
350 
1,482 
742 
436 

1.045 
12,348 

266 
1,353 

320 

355 
893 

1,241 
373 

3,109 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



kW 
7,327 
750 
18,144 
6,011 
1,732 

5,400 
5,002 

591 
8,453 
4.096 

272 

460 

10,818 

2.612 

1,296 

5,475 

16,085 

252 

8,587 

1,850 

1,498 
3.323 
56.664 
1,617 
1,204 

750 
3,569 
4,028 
2,952 
1,237 

3,289 

49,669 

1,402 

3,734 

894 

1,486 
2,669 
4,643 
1,075 
16,579 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



$ 

179,330 

21,993 

424,300 

162,377 

50.633 

124,677 
156.917 
20.690 
195.547 
184.516 

11,927 
17,149 
256.625 
61,170 
46,193 

245,925 
419,529 

11,552 
207,196 

52,713 

30,914 
90.883 
1.430.092 
45,495 
29,659 

25,011 
33,503 
134.543 
78,358 
37,883 

141,671 
1,232,951 

34,479 
106,179 

25,538 

38,095 
109,836 
167,256 

30,886 
418,611 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kWh 




kWh 


12,099,660 


1.523 


694 


1,656,730 


207 


672 


28,274,207 


3,414 


693 


11,619,595 


1.076 


916 


4,010,321 


300 


1.094 


9,399,794 


1.034 


760 


10,384,033 


1,146 


764 


1,137,530 


288 


331 


14,753,696 


1,519 


833 


13,143,500 


1.084 


1.004 


869,500 


100 


717 


1,530,430 


174 


733 


18,755,248 


1,884 


849 


4,406,850 


466 


799 


3,299,933 


370 


751 


15,503,619 


1,588 


825 


30,990,257 


3,364 


764 


706,620 


91 


647 


16.087,561 


1,554 


863 


3,965,999 


392 


855 


2,210,712 


266 


691 


6,291,203 


678 


781 


99.537,307 


8,651 


980 


3.138,627 


406 


650 


2,226,442 


246 


757 


1,948.960 


220 


763 


2,514,460 


304 


693 


9,410,285 


1.301 


607 


5,930,360 


610 


836 


2,917,978 


371 


708 


8,788,860 


966 


768 


95,289,516 


10,459 


764 


2,531,413 


230 


921 


7,613,567 


1.152 


556 


2,183,823 


255 


728 


2,793,380 


283 


817 


7,002,500 


743 


794 


9,586,127 


1,084 


801 


2,377,470 


298 


674 


30,585,639 


2,751 


937 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



151 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or G 


ENERAL 


Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








1 a 


Avg. 








Avg. 












» B- ° 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


•5, d P, 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mom 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 





$ 


kWh 




£ 


$ 


kWh 


306,599 


22,411,706 


204 


9,178 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,938 


463,620 


21,442 


1,280,350 


50 


2,200 


1.67 


* 


* 


* 


* 


642 


52,230 


315,397 


26,161,432 


290 


7,842 


1.21 


454,703 


36,693,140 


105 


1.24 


6,920 


566,277 


214,460 


16,143,041 


189 


7,080 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,296 


267,964 


44,645 


3,073,344 


75 


3,712 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


909 


79,288 


201,105 


16,916,940 


189 


7,479 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,130 


185.315 


136,233 


11,058,077 


159 


5,832 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,009 


351,632 


14,154 


793,456 


64 


1,025 


1.78 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,279 


108,320 


336,920 


30,639,935 


261 


9,439 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,255 


541,280 


54,347 


3,396,234 


107 


2,859 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,986 


294,970 


3,449 


250,850 


21 


995 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


217 


22,332 


5,706 


472,810 


30 


1,313 


1.21 


* 


* 


* 


* 


832 


67,330 


402,636 


36,711,442 


292 


10,549 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,328 


511,602 


97,631 


6,838,094 


136 


4,285 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,438 


198,560 


25,835 


1,626,390 


66 


2,069 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,714 


142,985 


130,433 


7,893,430 


248 


2,575 


1.65 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,965 


473,952 


548,126 


43,168,318 


393 


9,142 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,824 


909,576 


4,034 


202,750 


23 


719 


1.99 


* 


* 


* 


* 


417 


35,655 


259,985 


18,075,495 


262 


5,727 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,818 


307,970 


17,084 


1,072,217 


59 


1,527 


1.59 


51,548 


3,409,570 


16 


1.51 


1,732 


141,319 


55,622 


3,725,738 


42 


7,762 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,194 


174,666 


103,846 


7,308,203 


174 


3,531 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,976 


258,983 


1,853,479 


158,154,664 


1,323 


10,026 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14,808 


1,270,206 


38,657 


2,584,938 


83 


2,627 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,960 


164,995 


19,659 


1,337,317 


41 


2,821 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


733 


66,900 


10,322 


651,219 


34 


1,670 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


648 


64,130 


178,749 


21,389,750 


46 


40,511 


0;84 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,042 


90,660 


106,421 


7,750,466 


181 


3,608 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,525 


306,360 


71,212 


5,382,668 


132 


3,692 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,052 


192,560 


28,870 


1,865,690 


65 


2,448 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,281 


111,322 


59,953 


4,060,360 


79 


4,310 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,739 


214,980 


1,869,809 


149,823,518 


1,889 


6,839 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


48,327 


3,928,631 


56,834 


4,451,947 


36 


10,451 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


920 


78,326 


115,509 


7,904,424 


201 


3,237 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,106 


356,298 


22,761 


1,520,151 


65 


1,964 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


578 


53,333 


16,645 


859,101 


64 


1,110 


1.94 


34,606 


2,269,015 


8 


1.53 


2,580 


194,000 


58,971 


3,287,114 


150 


1,838 


1.79 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,342 


265,240 


139,451 


8,822,619 


157 


4,805 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,752 


282,305 


24,709 


1,421,400 


75 


1,590 


1.74 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,780 


165,650 


499,737 


41,360,048 


358 


9,820 


1.21 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7,750 


685.265 



152 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Palls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford 

Campbell ville... 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place.. 
Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp.. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 



Popula- 
tion 



3,400 

3,260 

504 

42,804 

60,609 

9,159 
230 

2,400 
554 

2,909 

19,893 

911 

1.152 

303 

851 

87,067 

756 

3,165 

3,420 

243 

1,068 
3,600 
1,857 
5,036 
1,337 

1,059 

1,073 

3,415 

33,288 

384 

1,683 
1,226 
4,350 
556 
2,993 

955 

10,741 

4,864 

1,532 

764 



Total 
Customers 



1,507 

1,169 

170 

12,235 

21,202 

3,075 
109 

714 

217 

1,251 

7,307 
424 
473 
116 
391 

24,222 

217 

1.113 

1,524 

97 

511 
1,233 

681 
1,946 

463 

437 

295 

1,107 

11,569 

202 

813 
515 

1,548 
276 

1,354 

417 

3,901 

1,562 

667 

361 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



kW 
5,919 

4,147 

2,341 

61,058 

84,413 

20,957 
400 

2,361 
479 

3,925 

32,521 

1,186 

1,215 

416 

1,536 

112,993 

685 

2,487 

5,838 

260 

1,564 
4,079 
1,557 
6,665 
1,947 

1,118 
881 

3,698 

47,128 

547 

2,167 
2,691 
3,272 
800 
3,805 

1,378 
22,259 
6,450 
2,344 
1,400 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



$ 

186,719 

127,997 

17,911 

1,534,639 

2,051,295 

463,833 

7,708 

99,214 

12,404 

137,959 

852,301 
38,418 
50,835 
13,748 
46,589 

3,511,557 

25,855 

104,578 

122,399 

11,457 

60,776 
178,121 

65,700 
237,567 

62.649 

43,622 

38,023 

164,489 

1,112,297 

19.624 

81,830 
52,423 

163,554 
27,301 

131,346 

35,403 

369,587 

174,342 

86,449 

44,823 



Consumption 



kWh 

12,776,940 

9.667,178 

1,181,825 

94,774,517 

139,972,481 

32,705,928 

615,950 

7,523,290 

1,049,550 

10,087,649 

60,759,350 
2,963,994 
3,687,321 
1,066,200 
3,559,172 

221,986,822 

2,213,370 

5.965,932 

11,812,283 

937,178 

4,511,835 
11,954,485 

4,123,532 
15,138,171 

4,132,964 

2,492,030 
2,779,300 
8,346,743 
63,467,619 
1,478,190 

6,169,712 
4.000,485 
9,545,499 
1,965,347 
9,041,897 

3,239,360 

27,597,702 

11,545,429 

6,237,360 

3,419,935 



Cus- 
tomers 



1,236 

962 

148 

10,986 

18,870 

2,733 

81 

643 

170 

1.067 

6,416 

336 

379 

95 

309 

22.401 

202 

961 

1.263 

91 

436 
1,118 

606 
1.742 

379 

351 
272 
935 
9.957 
166 

676 
432 

1.440 
208 

1.120 

337 

3.344 

1,316 

573 

307 



X 5 D 

2 O a 



kWh 
880 
837 
675 
784 
620 

1,004 
642 
994 
519 
796 

799 
741 
811 
945 
951 

853 
939 
527 
789 
849 

864 
909 
572 
729 
933 

599 
863 
744 
539 

751 

767 
787 
575 
793 
674 



698 
741 
913 
936 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



153 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








Jl 


Avg, 








Avg. 












^ ft $ 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 




per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mom 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


$ 


kWh 




t 


$ 


kWh 


159,473 


12,232,280 


271 


3,883 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,866 


339,460 


138,324 


9,803,429 


207 


3,947 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,734 


311,302 


109,294 


10,279,491 


22 


40,792 


1.06 


* 


* 


* 


* 


399 


33,839 


1.448,843 


97,620,081 


1,104 


7,639 


1.48 


1,245,497 


98,492,679 


145 


1.26 


39,907 


2,842,049 


3,203,283 


290,305,036 


2,332 


10,421 


1.10 


* 


* 


* 


* 


76,105 


6,341,366 


163,507 


11,173,910 


277 


3,487 


1.46 


616,989 


49,680,245 


65 


1.24 


3,386 


270.639 


12,932 


945,550 


28 


2,814 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


323 


29,240 


32,216 


1,941,160 


64 


2.396 


1.66 


15,038 


696,400 


7 


2.16 


2,112 


174,666 


11,634 


690,940 


47 


1,187 


1.68 


* 


* 


* 


* 


663 


65 660 


102,677 


6,939,685 


184 


3,152 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,297 


185,654 


1,069,042 


98,342,368 


891 


9,334 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


20,350 


1,734,493 


26,992 


1,617,846 


88 


1,523 


1.67 


* 


* 


* 


* 


935 


81,992 


36.369 


2,263,365 


94 


1,996 


1.61 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,059 


94,657 


7,647 


337,100 


18 


1,561 


2.27 


4,393 


82,800 


3 


5.31 


417 


33,320 


47,760 


3,208,750 


82 


3,363 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


966 


81,659 


2,021,405 


140,851,383 


1,594 


7,597 


1.44 


1,786,886 


149,855,748 


227 


1.19 


65,318 


5,098,156 


4,401 


287,370 


15 


1,597 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


645 


54.327 


67,683 


4,315,322 


152 


2,382 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,604 


300,303 


150,728 


13,409,587 


261 


4,306 


1.12 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,035 


489,451 


2,093 


142,556 


6 


1,980 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


453 


39,640 


23,708 


1,570,805 


75 


1,781 


1.51 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,285 


124,000 


75,818 


5,326,500 


115 


3,860 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,636 


211,979 


22,877 


1,510,736 


75 


1,736 


1.51 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,461 


137,734 


193,379 


14,377,787 


204 


5,873 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,562 


463,620 


48,871 


3,107,047 


84 


3,197 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,436 


113,684 


47,699 


2,580,613 


86 


2,486 


1.85 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,203 


178,982 


12,189 


812,150 


23 


2,943 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,016 


90,667 


124,479 


6,535,312 


172 


3,271 


1.90 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,030 


138,653 


2,363,221 


184,755,932 


1,612 


9,578 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


51,867 


4,033,264 


10,094 


576,030 


36 


1,315 


1.75 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,212 


101,000 


49,619 


2,994,509 


137 


1,821 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,956 


246,300 


83,682 


6,712,741 


83 


6,781 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,917 


161,145 


52,756 


3,376,473 


108 


2,605 


1.56 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,984 


415,292 


21,080 


1,167,684 


68 


1,463 


1.81 


* 


* 


* 


* 


713 


61,666 


1 1 1 ,699 


7,159,304 


234 


2,588 


1.56 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,239 


342,999 


24,499 


1,656,170 


80 


1,758 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,401 


132,650 


876,375 


83,212,327 


557 


12,608 


1.05 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7,956 


707,129 


141,650 


8,682,841 


235 


3,009 


1.63 


78,157 


7,368,045 


11 


1.06 


4,712 


336,300 


62,930 


4,323,232 


94 


3,833 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,038 


237,956 


36,056 


2,175,483 


54 


3,357 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


802 


66,660 



154 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Dnsumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kWh 




kWh 


30,211,110 


3.444 


747 


1,481,050 


216 


569 


7,549,979 


720 


880 


3,444,750 


312 


962 


1,564,330 


223 


586 


1,221,350 


216 


470 


3,445,420 


351 


823 


1,494,500 


161 


776 


21,664,721 


1,433 


1,272 


1,434,839 


136 


863 


8,942,592 


1,402 


536 


4,555,953 


570 


665 


2,309,820 


335 


575 


2,111,845 


251 


700 


5,439,150 


811 


562 


1,216,332 


148 


690 


18,301,683 


2,020 


760 


918,840 


92 


828 


4,239,950 


447 


800 


43,578,690 


4,802 


765 


9,785,322 


1,803 


454 


7,080,285 


847 


706 


1,548,510 


307 


418 


199,291,976 


32.888 


506 


3,527,050 


462 


650 


14,488,051 


1,495 


831 


3,468,150 


391 


743 


957,650 


137 


585 


6,014,861 


658 


780 


2,489,690 


222 


943 


5,077,501 


352 


1,209 


2,386,410 


335 


599 


554,510 


145 


305 


5,540,260 


527 


931 


19,402,728 


1,598 


1,024 


10,079,914 


1,169 


731 


736,441,445 


82,028 


751 


12,638,540 


1,235 


859 


7,164,730 


804 


747 


15,170,369 


1,630 


783 



Collingwood... 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter , 

Fenelon Falls. 
Fergus 



9,448 
620 

3,000 
839 
678 

604 
950 

440 

5,620 

441 

3,757 
1,790 
1,139 
752 
2,331 

449 

6,849 

297 

1,052 

16,731 

5,359 

2,433 

842 

101,965 

1,391 

4,750 
1,111 

500 
1,885 

678 

1,400 

495 

230 

1,428 

5,871 

3,941 
280,722 
3,304 
1,455 
5,334 



3,983 
242 
788 
360 
273 

238 
417 
194 
1,570 
158 

1,698 
646 
395 
319 
998 

187 

2,314 

128 

568 

5,383 

2,129 

1,002 

391 

35,423 

552 

1,737 
494 
162 
738 
279 

422 
392 
148 
630 
1,785 

1,400 

88,113 

1,480 

950 

1,884 



kW 
21,262 

824 
2,677 
1,263 

555 

445 
1,232 

536 
8,297 

462 

5,037 
2,201 
960 
1,052 
3,511 

420 

8,148 

430 

1,775 

20,041 

6,621 

2,709 

751 

120,274 

1,814 

9,139 
1,701 

366 
2,661 

860 

2,537 

800 

194 

2,253 

6,608 

4,465 

413,552 

4,725 

2,815 

11,165 



$ 

402,854 
22,058 

108,462 
45,479 
22,696 

22,290 
46,213 
19,668 
289,726 
18,467 

123,870 
65,626 
32,895 
31,282 
72,134 

17,081 

291,190 

11,986 

55,986 

666,749 

158,523 

104,348 

25,029 

2,914,087 

45,489 

176,807 
40,942 
12,020 
91,891 
30,657 

75,763 
30,600 
10,141 
64,033 
279,319 

154,549 
10,231,346 
182,930 
112,934 
224,530 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



155 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or G 


ENERAL 


Service 
















(including flat -rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








>, « 2 


Avg. 








Avg. 












Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


^ S 3 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Monl 
Consi 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


$ 


kWh 




t 


$ 


kWh 


833,617 


76,491,249 


539 


12,153 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8,185 


715,595 


21,033 


1,383,163 


26 


4,520 


1.52 


* 


* 


* 


* 


992 


82,992 


32,415 


2,175,476 


68 


2,768 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,614 


304,303 


15,3.21 


815,080 


48 


1,493 


1.88 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,091 


86,658 


12,602 


700,580 


50 


1,179 


1.80 


* 


* 


* 


* 


702 


58,330 


10.566 


621,320 


22 


2,301 


1.70 


* 


* 


* 


* 


965 


78,330 


19,994 


1,204,290 


66 


1.487 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,444 


125,654 


7,971 


478,420 


33 


1,227 


1.67 


* 


* 


* 


* 


607 


54,330 


155,643 


11,443,580 


137 


7,117 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,581 


790,440 


6,429 


417,330 


22 


1,581 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


557 


49,662 


161,636 


11,210.816 


296 


3,083 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,440 


477,286 


80,246 


5,679,181 


76 


6,268 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,864 


143,572 


25,147 


1,644,022 


60 


2,303 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,488 


128,980 


24,534 


1,541,070 


68 


1,875 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,104 


98,657 


56,052 


3,404,390 


165 


1,689 


1.65 


108,658 


8,292,770 


22 


1.31 


3.611 


288,640 


8,543 


513,104 


39 


1.082 


1.67 


* 


* 


* 


* 


327 


29,997 


203,278 


14,443,042 


294 


4,115 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


12,716 


987,906 


9,774 


592,100 


34 


1,473 


1.65 


6,118 


201,500 


2 


3.04 


584 


46,995 


50,667 


3,432,940 


121 


2,364 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,357 


118,000 


602,004 


43,668,687 


581 


6,362 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


26,848 


2,115,788 


317,614 


22.717,301 


326 


5,825 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,251 


477,999 


94,854 


5,751,077 


155 


3,174 


1.65 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,287 


191,100 


23,693 


1,356,036 


84 


1,404 


1.75 


* 


* 


* 


* 


973 


78,320 


3,153,772 


200,144,063 


2,419 


6,868 


1.58 


1,677,836 


198,931,103 


116 


0.84 


90,179 


7,106,622 


50,755 


3,267,159 


90 


3,094 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,362 


109,713 


341.614 


29,304,629 


242 


10,070 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,824 


305,636 


54,864 


3,769,310 


103 


3,006 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,302 


115,655 


5,754 


325,290 


25 


1,043 


1.77 


* 


* 


* 


* 


497 


43,662 


72,834 


5,022,041 


80 


5,231 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,031 


166,983 


16,169 


992,425 


57 


1,426 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


566 


54,664 


58,656 


3,757,560 


70 


4,349 


1.56 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,386 


116.936 


11,648 


736,380 


53 


1,158 


1.58 


8,840 


318,830 


4 


2.77 


863 


68,993 


697 


35,150 


3 


651 


1.98 


* 


* 


* 


* 


247 


22,000 


57,863 


3,850,385 


103 


3,177 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,610 


159,300 


119,121 


7,697,700 


187 


3,430 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,909 


393,628 


150,359 


10,230,790 


231 


- 3,691 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,482 


359,960 


6,994,239 


531,454,439 


4,432 


10,113 


1.32 


10,926,698 


990,968,641 


1,653 


1.10 


323,994 


25,350,000 


67,497 


3,721,210 


196 


1,566 


1.81 


80,630 


4,682,560 


49 


1.72 


5,016 


394,620 


71,781 


4,505,560 


146 


2,653 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,506 


201,040 


474,136 


37,940,960 


254 


11,754 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,508 


433,291 



156 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality- 



Popula- 
tion 





Peak 






Load 




Decem- 


Total 


ber 


Customers 


1972 




kW 


179 


584 


270 


1,100 


952 


2,444 


1,000 


3,186 


680 


2,085 


11,519 


58,214 


5,364 


21,200 


718 


1,784 


10,990 


52,686 


2,761 


11,954 


883 


1,243 


392 


1,165 


129 


312 


1,659 


5,066 


2,471 


6,976 


17,778 


101,494 


948 


3,472 


103,078 


720,149 


2,009 


9,710 


764 


2,624 


795 


2,933 


454 


1,119 


510 


1,297 


2,899 


14,607 


1,065 


8,007 


407 


2,090 


2,145 


12,809 


175 


523 


97 


237 


1,471 


5,727 


2,841 


9,667 


469 


1,664 


376 


913 


2,512 


9,433 


1,016 


4,308 


4,752 


14,104 


314 


761 


1,648 


6,142 


554 


2,002 


19,684 


86,206 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kWh 




kWh 


1,074,750 


138 


661 


2,123,650 


210 


857 


6,894,035 


861 


668 


7,616,576 


825 


782 


6,321,091 


595 


880 


92,548,486 


10,211 


765 


43,322,880 


4,913 


740 


3,346,700 


578 


494 


116,434,176 


10,066 


1,020 


20,279,201 


2,346 


716 


3,648,310 


718 


423 


2,921,400 


321 


767 


1,083,820 


116 


782 


11,735,842 


1,398 


711 


16,545,500 


2,137 


648 


182,618,273 


16,338 


941 


5,574,720 


775 


621 


615,840,558 


92,969 


560 


16,051,190 


1,760 


767 


5,598,744 


622 


745 


7,173,570 


624 


964 


2,614,670 


376 


579 


3,522,676 


428 


689 


25,148,553 


2,637 


803 


11,410,390 


861 


1,132 


2,964,040 


320 


779 


14,082,320 


1,923 


621 


841,450 


153 


452 


555,000 


75 


597 


10,866,070 


1,207 


759 


16,570,840 


2,502 


569 


4,076,800 


386 


884 


1,968,220 


310 


555 


19,645,907 


2,167 


792 


9,720,791 


847 


970 


33.093,057 


4,083 


676 


1,681,952 


265 


534 


15.475,159 


1,369 


956 


5,782,046 


498 


972 


151,970,933 


16,602 


763 



Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall , 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 



409 

531 

3,000 

2,368 
1,881 

38,000 
16,975 

1,392 
34,559 

6,723 

714 

909 

359 

3,350 

6,850 

58,606 

2,196 

301,530 

4,946 

1,762 

1,907 
876 
1,221 
9,179 
3,538 

964 

6,300 

420 

148 

3,500 

7,672 

1,240 

964 

12,412 

2,401 

12,833 

811 

3,154 

2,000 

59,073 



14,420 

26,855 

103,065 

106,951 

86,978 

1,361,557 

620,439 

45,824 

1,873,154 
274,707 

66,588 

37,635 

14,927 

168,396 

234,147 

2,728,644 
92,359 

8,972,099 

214,036 

80,841 

105,599 

38,199 

39,229 

343,819 

159,382 

39,706 

224,260 

12,351 

7,639 

149,945 

270,456 

52,206 

29,360 

284,671 

150,120 

419,852 
24,959 

198,390 

68,369 

2,060,971 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



157 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








>> a -2 


Avg. 








Avg. 












Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


X H 3 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mon1 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 





$ 


kWh 







$ 


kWh 


12,076 


705,300 


41 


1,488 


1.71 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,139 


101,230 


35,202 


2,377,570 


60 


3,248 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


978 


80,270 


42,700 


2,619,129 


91 


2,425 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,392 


202,333 


109,709 


7,199.022 


175 


3,438 


1.52 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,427 


285.638 


29,710 


1.922,944 


85 


1,751 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,877 


168.402 


2,221,140 


187,590,267 


1,308 


12,251 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


41,598 


3.352.332 


660,377 


53.499,142 


451 


10,121 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


13,168 


1.061,007 


72,557 


3,888,700 


140 


2,220 


1.87 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,025 


159,660 


1,637,062 


123,740,392 


924 


11,638 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


20,527 


1,463,868 


448,466 


38,039,183 


415 


7,955 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,304 


896.000 


52.904 


2,697,980 


165 


1,401 


1.96 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,520 


309,300 


24,476 


1,438,670 


71 


1,654 


1.70 


* 


* 


* 


* 


892 


74,300 


2,528 


142,780 


13 


850 


1.77 


* 


* 


* 


* 


309 


27,660 


147,278 


10,296,550 


261 


3,345 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,446 


277,973 


198,764 


13,777,055 


334 


3,432 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,773 


569,277 


1,223,391 


83,632,618 


1,299 


5,477 


1.46 


2,865,898 


274,857,726 


141 


1.04 


73,113 


5,718,429 


133,795 


7,847,476 


173 


3.633 


1.70 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,194 


255,308 


7,301,477 


533,461,970 


9,384 


4,738 


1.37 


28,229,450 


3,385,889,944 


725 


0.83 


302,826 


23.757,291 


310,373 


24,259,909 


249 


7,672 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4.863 


413,000 


78,312 


6,107,543 


142 


3,635 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,382 


213,000 


88,174 


5,532,933 


171 


2,882 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,426 


194,980 


28.545 


1,885,401 


78 


2,014 


1.51 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,713 


152,928 


23,452 


1,730,401 


82 


1,825 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,564 


155,984 


505,652 


41,379,597 


262 


13,340 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,170 


760,000 


93,449 


6,007,922 


184 


2,699 


1.56 


245,195 


20,193,039 


20 


1.21 


3,359 


248,642 


18,848 


1,068,050 


70 


1,299 


1.76 


64,382 


4,060,905 


17 


1.59 


1,353 


114,330 


570,562 


50,557,944 


222 


18,893 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,646 


563,610 


17,308 


1,119,180 


22 


4,338 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


474 


38,663 


3.853 


207,800 


22 


845 


1.85 


* 


* 


* 


* 


201 


16,800 


170,640 


13,715,843 


264 


4,491 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,886 


258,480 


347,645 


29,266,820 


339 


7,216 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,628 


1,004,570 


44,908 


2,814,350 


83 


2,878 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


967 


86,640 


26.349 


1,737,716 


66 


2,228 


1.52 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,482 


122,988 


243,955 


14,987,261 


340 


3,971 


1.63 


3,356 


122,288 


5 


2.74 


9,247 


642,602 


147,939 


10,151,068 


169 


4,739 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,798 


354,297 


450,419 


29,163,830 


669 


3,587 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


23,053 


1,515,520 


15,937 


1,075,541 


49 


1,848 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


871 


82,333 


115,568 


7,231,317 


279 


2.278 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,218 


434,290 


37,061 


2,963,750 


52 


4.796 


1.25 


2,140 


152,955 


4 


1.40 


945 


88,696 


3,085,500 


268,878,236 


3,082 


7.344 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


52,470 


4,601,930 



158 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 





Cus- 


hly 

umption 

ustomer 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mon1 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 




kWh 


12,074,030 


1.447 


707 


574,220 


88 


529 


269,771,625 


32,007 


715 


7,525,885 


739 


857 


6,843,773 


758 


753 


2,253,000 


274 


686 


1,707,798 


179 


793 


4,260,584 


442 


808 


1,290,536 


154 


698 


21,952,525 


3,229 


572 


36,327,185 


3,983 


765 


15,097,891 


1,593 


793 


468,877,818 


64,065 


613 


3,764,899 


385 


813 


4,123,320 


388 


903 


3,730,260 


408 


761 


1,746,468 


169 


866 


5,019,460 


490 


861 


599,811 


94 


543 


4,659,540 


457 


855 


40,764,911 


3,236 


1,102 


4,309,294 


506 


739 


683,210 


98 


575 


4,317,062 


379 


984 


2,572,691 


279 


784 


3,295,170 


351 


786 


12,042,679 


1,538 


654 


1,896,514 


229 


692 


2,519,615 


319 


651 


30,960,330 


3,532 


749 


3,079,350 


306 


839 


2,738,563 


319 


714 


16,361,188 


1,805 


785 


3,677,400 


422 


733 


440,033,327 


38,017 


1,014 


8,242,299 


901 


768 


1,173,630 


133 


758 


7,410,207 


745 


844 


2,749,370 


395 


578 


11,101,350 


1,129 


834 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 



3,944 

214 

111,000 

2,140 

2,685 

877 

584 

1,514 

537 

10,017 

11,981 

4,653 

216,655 

1,391 

1,161 

1,022 
579 

1,384 
208 

1,139 

10,200 

1,372 

380 

1,294 

843 

1,762 

4,010 

635 

904 

11,004 

978 

908 

6,558 

1,179 

158,229 

2,553 
268 
1,987 
1,231 
2,997 



1,701 

116 

35,544 

870 

835 

317 
227 
502 
171 
3,828 

4,672 

1,850 

70,180 

447 

443 

506 
188 
633 
125 
563 

3,583 
591 
117 
446 
352 

390 

1,800 

291 

383 

4,021 

394 

370 

2,171 

518 

42,141 

1,072 
152 
876 
460 

1.376 



kW 
6,465 
285 
174,607 
3,278 
2,395 

889 

665 

1,300 

680 

12,661 

22,366 

7,299 

281,617 

1,492 

1,592 

1,534 
621 

2,136 
249 

1,991 

16,337 

1,689 

240 

1,630 

1,289 

1,025 

6,415 

769 

1,097 

18,710 

913 

988 

12,300 

1,666 

295,265 

3,994 
511 

3,007 
962 

4,503 



$ 

181,192 

7,887 

3,544,472 

82,824 

94,693 

32,219 
22,365 
58,452 
17,266 
338,175 

536,956 

192,151 

7,903,738 

51,355 

63,153 

43,189 
22,356 
63,664 
8,624 
58,779 

594,551 

66,561 

9,239 

59,029 

31,415 

44,470 

179,164 

22,686 

37,672 

412,314 

41,684 

34,605 

229,514 

50,317 

6,083,688 

124,072 
15,178 
98,062 
39,329 

142.715 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



159 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-] 


leaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








jl 


Avg. 








Avg. 












►.! ° 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


a 1 a 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mon1 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


$ 


kWh 







$ 


kWh 


197,165 


14,686,684 


254 


4,857 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4.812 


390,650 


5,048 


358,800 


28 


1,150 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


348 


37,840 


2,932,729 


203,705,234 


3,294 


5,283 


1.44 


4446,461 


386,312,845 


243 


1.07 


156.317 


12,220,778 


92,295 


6,628,604 


131 


4,217 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,638 


363,303 


36,440 


2,736,331 


77 


3,040 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,086 


191,650 


24,451 


1,371,950 


43 


2,659 


1.78 


* 


* 


* 


* 


683 


56,661 


14,115 


977,593 


48 


1,752 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,345 


126,102 


21,521 


1,173,573 


60 


1,644 


1.83 


* 


• 


* 


* 


1,819 


136,987 


9,392 


670,254 


17 


3,286 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


850 


75,326 


534,151 


44,710,992 


599 


6,294 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,956 


839,580 


837,152 


72,822,098 


689 


8,937 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


12,388 


1,024,220 


215,379 


16,295,834 


257 


5,357 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,434 


454,995 


10,299,048 


888,160,882 


6.115 


12,112 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


199,721 


17,081.625 


30,828 


2,134,043 


62 


2,892 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.8Q6 


162,798 


31,964 


1.857,480 


55 


2,866 


1.72 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,327 


101.320 


34,557 


2,154,495 


98 


1,851 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,791 


160.980 


7,718 


467,575 


19 


1,948 


1.65 


* 


* 


* 


* 


935 


86,324 


66,931 


4,578,627 


143 


2,668 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,833 


235.926 


4,814 


316,233 


31 


837 


1.52 


* 


* 


* 


* 


398 


40,663 


51,919 


3,566,600 


106 


2,844 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,629 


137.652 


419,009 


29,764,960 


347 


7,874 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,311 


726.927 


31,989 


1,951,489 


85 


1,749 


1.64 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,686 


223.978 


4,030 


256,335 


19 


1,124 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


466 


44.520 


22,500 


1,596,436 


67 


2,047 


1.41 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,815 


174.983 


33,879 


2,280,716 


73 


2,586 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,474 


135.320 


14,892 


878,170 


39 


1,807 


1.70 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,799 


136,987 


230,844 


16,643,236 


262 


5,386 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7,418 


572.300 


19,849 


1,219,081 


62 


1,639 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


781 


69.660 


26.158 


1,692,266 


64 


2,203 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,543 


136,986 


751,359 


64,586,411 


489 


10,584 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,095 


544,100 


20,495 


1,101,320 


88 


1,093 


1.86 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.392 


116,000 


12,264 


911,987 


51 


1,505 


1.34 


* 


* 


* 


* 


790 


79.780 


469,491 


37,936,686 


366 


8,843 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


8.908 


730.927 


34,763 


1,834,151 


78 


1,985 


1.90 


27,230 


1,576,355 


18 


1.73 


2.826 


226.000 


4,897,153 


369,495,544 


3,531 


9,067 


1.33 


7,589,754 


718,767.569 


593 


1.06 


180.324 


14,120.196 


155,254 


9,999,998 


171 


4,845 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,597 


280,639 


10,666 


679,660 


19 


2,360 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


755 


61,332 


73,756 


4,983,894 


131 


3,170 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,229 


281,085 


18,802 


1,226,440 


65 


1,597 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


985 


87,990 


107,203 


7,173,850 


247 


2,440 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,158 


287,971 



160 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 







11 


Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consump 
per Custo 


kWh 




kWh 


11,230,571 


1,524 


618 


200,518,247 


13,473 


1,264 


1,758,700 


192 


763 


1,136,940 


154 


615 


1,426,847 


183 


646 


652,000 


129 


423 


6,131.759 


589 


870 


12,093,465 


966 


1,061 


30,585,875 


3,283 


802 


8,289,568 


1,063 


648 


117,873,117 


17,131 


584 


6,437,856 


693 


783 


135,288,848 


13,959 


821 


1,099,361,895 


121,231 


763 


4,772,520 


618 


641 


3,831,000 


436 


731 


177,932,448 


15,675 


965 


1,126,210 


202 


480 


2,157,721 


279 


643 


21,097,906 


2,790 


669 


60,920,386 


7,040 


731 


3,570,973 


359 


830 


256,706,356 


24,908 


873 


836,195,076 


90,406 


774 


1,857,100 


257 


608 


52,703,868 


5,689 


784 


3,514,650 


335 


922 


5,930,363 


647 


771 


14,066,224 


2,050 


573 


4,081,290 


429 


802 


21,004,357 


1,939 


905 


38,847,728 


4,527 


717 


14,782,244 


1,390 


884 


15,255,375 


1.928 


666 


172,325,734 


17,421 


831 


9,206,020 


1.285 


599 


6,254,122 


721 


729 


14,007,149 


1.586 


754 


2,543,916 


226 


961 


1,579,045 


173 


765 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg... 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 



4,600 

61,464 

561 

309 

613 

316 

1,875 

3.000 

10.600 

3,150 

60,000 

2,613 

46,734 

514,817 

1,776 

1,147 

61,726 

560 

767 

7,918 

21,785 

1,123 

90,102 

308,879 

782 

17,812 

784 

1,860 

6,303 

1,176 

5,587 

15,933 

5,314 

5,613 

56,138 

3,979 

2,508 

4,717 

855 

556 



1,877 

15,000 

228 

177 

215 

163 

675 

1,131 

3.761 

1,230 

19,401 
834 

16,071 

133,654 

736 

498 

18,042 

275 

330 

3,174 

8,020 

417 

27,765 

102,677 

313 

6,667 
413 
763 

2,353 
524 

2,327 
5,252 
1,584 
2,320 
19,505 

1,524 
811 

1,950 
280 
213 



kW 

6,593 

92,631 

590 

362 

622 

442 

2,828 

4,600 

17,118 

3,150 

62,087 

3,375 

63,464 

625,424 

1,590 

1,410 

130,940 

426 

788 

11,119 

38,800 

1,288 

169,201 

490,875 

696 

26,466 
1,434 
2,472 
6,732 
1,654 

8,784 

17,549 

6,702 

8,811 

85,262 

4,296 
2,508 
6,336 
1,667 
1,067 



162,034 

2,925,641 

25,547 

20,429 

20,416 

8,825 

86,555 

173,527 

440,098 

119,746 

1,755,812 

89,591 

2,001,683 

15,868,746 

70,765 

49,011 

2,861,015 

16,466 

27,664 

335,806 

800,881 

48,429 

3,579,751 

9,687,363 

28,096 

721,569 
47,679 
87,020 

242,406 
53,766 

286,618 
595,823 
202,103 
230,912 
2,613,175 

144,983 
104,442 
195,413 
39,372 
18,058 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



161 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 










Avg. 








Avg. 












Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


3 § P. 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Monl 
Consi 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


$ 


kWh 




£ 


$ 


kWh 


236,923 


18,303,992 


353 


4,346 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,587 


320,522 


3,119,083 


239,997,375 


1,527 


13,656 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,443 


1.172.493 


9,766 


477,741 


36 


1,076 


2.04 


* 


* 


* 


* 


714 


63,661 


5,707 


318,055 


23 


1,152 


1.79 


* 


* 


* 


* 


545 


48,918 


15,024 


970,091 


32 


2,487 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


668 


55,661 


8,886 


697,666 


32 


1,906 


1.27 


5,003 


174,220 


2 


2.87 


702 


55,990 


26,657 


1.559,794 


71 


1,745 


1.71 


48,302 


3.429,268 


15 


1.41 


2,482 


181,315 


64,865 


3,569,398 


140 


2,095 


1.82 


61,401 


3,142.617 


25 


1.95 


3,601 


287,638 


520,741 


41,857,645 


478 


7,313 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14,095 


1,084,892 


82,257 


5,658,272 


167 


2,938 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,714 


319,634 


2,532,374 


200,008,474 


2,270 


7,352 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


69,184 


5,542.112 


109,248 


8,696,591 


141 


5,086 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,296 


114.320 


2,084,583 


161,135,417 


2,112 


6,468 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


31,207 


2,462.087 


25,620,886 


2,066,752,626 


12,423 


14,127 


1.24 


* 


* 


* 


* 


465,155 


36.090,000 


27,474 


1,611,940 


118 


1,143 


1.70 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,452 


123.990 


29,619 


1,969,203 


62 


2,626 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,484 


136.320 


6,078,324 


560,916,763 


2,367 


20,779 


1.08 


* 


* 


* 


* 


59,739 


4,267.373 


14,760 


958,940 


73 


1,058 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


616 


59.990 


20,312 


1,330,124 


51 


2,152 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


939 


71,262 


383,493 


27,579,714 


384 


5,985 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,107 


508,900 


466,275 


34,296,423 


828 


3,437 


1.36 


906,326 


79,046,966 


152 


1.15 


21,856 


1,973,469 


16,844 


979,843 


53 


1,526 


1.72 


17,066 


1,108,672 


5 


1.54 


1,146 


92,200 


6,657,454 


600,545,084 


2,857 


18,116 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


97,235 


8.002,200 


23,420,252 


1,725,657,558 


12,271 


11,690 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


295,758 


21,364,947 


15,316 


886,875 


56 


1,274 


1.73 


* 


* 


* 


* 


727 


63,327 


991,031 


86,916,090 


978 


7,365 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,408 


1,523,848 


26,446 


1,550,220 


78 


1,770 


1.71 


* 


* 


* 


* 


915 


73,327 


58,599 


3,826,097 


116 


2,809 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,355 


293,000 


248,220 


18,248,117 


303 


5,035 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,277 


936,906 


53,164 


2,818,090 


95 


2,269 


1.89 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,913 


147,650 


234,022 


16,442,909 


388 


3,559 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7,082 


564,219 


673,282 


46,362,910 


725 


5,344 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,580 


1,415,185 


190,163 


15,182,385 


194 


6,472 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,596 


312,680 


305,754 


24,351,486 


392 


5,271 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,700 


523,281 


3,120,611 


266,676,098 


2,084 


10,502 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


63.666 


5,300,361 


102.059 


5.695.589 


208 


2,332 


1.79 


74,804 


3,283,270 


31 


2.28 


3,408 


248,640 


59,485 


4,037,854 


90 


3,802 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,956 


158,984 


183,960 


13,902,100 


364 


3,301 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,151 


564,774 


47,545 


3,342,644 


54 


5,462 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,377 


122,211 


37,485 


3,151,860 


40 


6,566 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


614 


55,000 






162 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 



Popula- 
tion 



2,764 

684 

18,750 

9,678 

3,296 

2,706 
8,781 
1,451 
2,936 
852 

1,602 

5,128 

16,200 

158 

436 

575 
1,153 
1,859 
8,968 
1,978 

20,200 
2,813 

442 
3,576 

937 

1,011 

236 

605 

105,991 

1,961 

970 

959 

4,557 

24,137 

11,882 

56,147 

325,331 

2,081 

2,017 

1,638 



Total 
Customers 



926 

419 

5,940 

2,467 

1,599 

1,484 
3,190 

646 
1,149 

390 

1,135 

1,924 

4,994 

86 

199 

202 

451 

389 

3,177 

674 

5,714 
1,198 

250 
1,078 

347 

453 
151 

258 

34,228 

553 

335 

287 

1.864 

9,283 

3,644 

17,217 

81,585 

695 

894 

885 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



kW 

8,350 

505 

17,667 

24,556 

3,177 

6,644 

16,352 

2,244 

4,316 

686 

2,096 
6,930 

23,128 
124 
584 

605 

1,690 

1,306 

10,739 

2,531 

26,727 

3,345 

816 

3,515 

1,045 

1,132 

372 

1,046 

180,333 

1,863 

1,180 

1,527 

5,654 

33,910 

10,769 

69,629 

402,389 

2,684 

2,762 

3,170 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



$ 

81,462 

32,503 

579,838 

231,297 

132,371 

239,165 
386,899 

71,157 
162,466 

30,638 

99,335 

149,356 

534,388 

7,131 

19,532 

22,234 

55,610 

39,472 

322,031 

111,796 

670,405 
106,803 

28,132 
126,261 

48,951 

30,707 
14,538 
29,711 
3,650,553 
92,020 

31,916 

29,520 

162,221 

963,161 

618,010 

1,753,090 

10,749,873 

86,070 

90,863 

105,438 



Consumption 



kWh 

4,748,630 

1,417,930 
31,786,152 
15,880,896 

7,505,955 

17,130,990 
24,499,714 

5,044,550 
11,198,004 

1,654,810 

5,680,079 

13,732,264 

38,207,670 

385,100 

1,593,827 

1,920,936 
3,903,750 
3,211,770 
23,970,996 
7,695,000 

47,504,859 
6,395,396 
2,317,351 
8,565,800 
3,401,565 

2,213,966 

964,570 

2,347,977 

215,338,365 

5,880,400 

2,310,120 

2,696,316 

12,703,480 

59,188,130 

37,913,840 

124,030,270 

765,018,148 

7,036,250 

5,689,236 

8,173,150 





.2 S 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthl 
Consun 
per Cuj 




kWh 


782 


507 


341 


345 


5,271 


506 


1,835 


647 


1,371 


458 


1,283 


1,130 


2,784 


745 


620 


668 


984 


968 


296 


466 


1,006 


469 


1,663 


693 


4,473 


723 


79 


406 


156 


862 


186 


865 


358 


916 


359 


751 


2,691 


746 


620 


1,044 


4,970 


799 


1,013 


528 


205 


973 


941 


759 


300 


940 


369 


501 


130 


623 


219 


934 


31,063 


585 


523 


938 


282 


675 


233 


960 


1,584 


672 


8,297 


605 


3,471 


936 


15,433 


671 


73,528 


838 


603 


972 


750 


634 


751 


946 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



163 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








11 


Avg. 








Avg. 












onthly 
msumpt 
r Custoi 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 








2 O a 
















$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


% 


kWh 




* 


$ 


kWh 


432,833 


34,734,115 


144 


19,894 


1.25 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,325 


342,965 


17,777 


862,970 


78 


922 


2.06 


* 


* 


* 


* 


555 


45.000 


783,570 


64,735,788 


669 


8,449 


1.21 


* 


* 


* 


* 


13,303 


1,052,228 


1,294,304 


133,030,575 


632 


17,472 


.97 


* 


* 


* 


* 


11,052 


877,246 


113,186 


6,951,607 


228 


2,524 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,778 


304,636 


154,353 


10,550,776 


201 


4,407 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,218 


351,080 


602,961 


49,787,034 


406 


10,232 


1.21 


* 


* 


* 


* 


10,225 


829,534 


45,210 


1,631,100 


26 


5,330 


2.77 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,288 


106,500 


101,684 


6,758,177 


165 


3,413 


1.50 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,858 


228,600 


18,415 


924,350 


94 


811 


1.99 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,226 


103,989 


44,905 


2,412,548 


129 


1,621 


1.86 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,812 


244,642 


208,976 


17,055,544 


261 


5,618 


1.23 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,661 


336,874 


866,612 


68,834,440 


521 


11,138 


1.26 


* 


* 


* 


* 


20,448 


1,734,160 


646 


26,470 


7 


315 


2.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


182 


14,560 


11,819 


752,650 


43 


1,476 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


460 


40,995 


6,592 


503,159 


16 


2,621 


1.31 


* 


* 


* 


* 


699 


61,326 


38,351 


2,566,944 


93 


2,217 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,734 


137,653 


30,991 


2,656,158 


30 


7,257 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


943 


90,321 


310,062 


24,071,870 


486 


4,175 


1.29 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,613 


604,955 


51,786 


3,598,100 


54 


5,403 


1.44 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.075 


82,659 


840,386 


73,615,356 


744 


8,479 


1.14 


* 


* 


* 


* 


14,249 


1,273,206 


118,597 


7,560,675 


185 


3,360 


1.57 


* 


* 


* 


* 


6,000 


479,950 


13,853 


966,020 


45 


1,769 


1.43 


* 


* 


* 


* 


817 


76.326 


69,104 


4,452,510 


137 


2,718 


1.55 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,370 


192.474 


14,193 


829,504 


47 


1,487 


1.71 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,063 


174.982 


25,951 


1,849,673 


84 


1,835 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,714 


135,986 


6,243 


383,960 


21 


1,561 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


501 


44,680 


17,640 


1,156,181 


39 


2,470 


1.53 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,073 


98,520 


7,793,345 


716,466,601 


3,165 


19,008 


1.09 


* 


* 


* 


* 


147,939 


12,174,782 


28,589 


2,238,240 


30 


6,217 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,646 


128,318 


41,038 


2,921,470 


53 


4,594 


1.40 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,207 


100,656 


35,972 


2,726,024 


43 


5,283 


1.32 


13,742 


782,403 


11 


1.76 


1,147 


101,990 


147,838 


12.891.610 


280 


3,830 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,839 


493,280 


1,280,906 


108,814,910 


986 


9,262 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,988 


1,566,510 


113,350 


7,735,960 


173 


3,849 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,893 


227,310 


1,178,000 


80,619,050 


1,634 


4,110 


1.46 


1,548,289 


184,077,370 


150 


0.84 


73,432 


5,355,464 


8,621,702 


585,112,490 


7,100 


7,189 


1.47 


7,034,526 


595,302,595 


957 


1.18 


309,417 


23,385,328 


55,112 


3,720,413 


92 


3,426 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,377 


288,639 


90,447 


5,654,517 


144 


3,318 


1.60 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,399 


359,298 


60,607 


3,923,790 


134 


2,440 


1.54 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,255 


283,000 



164 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Popula- 
tion 



Total 
Customers 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kWh 




kWh 


28,788,805 


3,691 


662 


9,073,898 


881 


873 


28,127,200 


3,191 


737 


11,280,050 


1,324 


719 


2,366,650 


352 


564 


3,278,950 


333 


834 


1,296,740 


159 


686 


6,536,201 


768 


722 


4,815,708 


499 


814 


19,501,743 


1,930 


840 


13,716,050 


1,342 


845 


67,929,650 


7,168 


796 


16,933,580 


2,285 


648 


13,806,586 


1,857 


681 


18,342,053 


1,750 


891 


283,629,763 


25,755 


929 


2,422,540 


247 


819 


3,068,280 


302 


859 


7,544,350 


823 


766 


2,541,650 


233 


923 


5,345,932 


480 


937 


11,328,300 


1,385 


683 


3,173,600 


337 


788 


6,791,600 


430 


1,327 


4,887,519 


450 


915 


2,515,920 


348 


601 


2,270,330 


248 


766 


4,821,300 


530 


776 


4,026,630 


534 


633 


1,141,540 


129 


737 


969,100 


105 


784 


15,206,210 


2,439 


518 


293,792,374 


31,497 


790 


8,441,298 


1,156 


612 


17,528,220 


2,304 


637 


1,202,770,281 


187,080 


537 


4,233,090 


701 


559 


39,835,491 


4,670 


725 


5,767,966 


558 


865 


9,488,087 


956 


834 



Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville.. 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thames ville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 



10,460 
2,470 
9,484 
1,814 
2,900 

1,009 
526 
1,865 
1,447 
8,280 

4,500 
23,380 
6,373 
6,753 
6,509 

91,000 

680 

697 

1,650 

639 

1,338 
5,104 
920 
1,839 
1,397 

994 

709 

1,798 

1,221 

423 

320 

8,900 

106,237 

3,576 

6,358 

680,319 

1,613 

14,217 

1,779 

3,064 



4,345 
1,037 
3,728 
1,467 
455 

394 
191 
906 
625 
2,179 

1,597 
8,147 
2,591 
2,109 
1,989 

28,690 

299 

374 

1,027 

298 

597 
1,522 
417 
494 
506 

440 
314 
637 
636 
163 

125 

2,705 

35,102 

1,344 

2,805 

220,017 

768 

5,291 

703 

1,153 



kW 
18,332 

4,167 
15,360 

3,936 
912 

1,277 
439 
2,586 
2,107 
7,441 

5,905 
41,072 
9,242 
8,240 
7,399 

112,635 

896 

1,275 

3,844 

1,236 

2,651 
4,197 
1,729 
2,495 
1,923 

1,308 

832 

2,060 

2,048 

406 

378 

7,417 

12,511 

4,977 

9,881 

,014,604 

1,840 

26,583 

2,593 

4,135 



$ 
480,529 
113,587 
401,821 
165,017 

40,033 

47,888 
16,017 
98,389 
59,852 
260,287 

196,842 
1,101,403 
244,901 
187,130 
271,600 

3,389,480 
28,965 
36,359 
100,905 
32,516 

69,357 
196,898 
36,670 
69,870 
60,983 

34,161 
27,974 
70,594 
64,582 
15,246 

14,315 

242,253 

3,758,184 

123,867 

249,369 

17,539,753 

68,291 

533,627 

61,851 

121.628 



For explanation of symbols see page 166. 



Statement C 



165 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water-heaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








d J3 

•2 B 


Avg. 








Avg. 












* S3 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


a S 3 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mont 
Consi 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


% 


kWh 




t 


$ 


kWh 


794,013 


61,019,068 


654 


7,890 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


17,658 


1,362,197 


102,216 


7,661,933 


156 


4,285 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,880 


277,972 


496,197 


43,248,766 


537 


6,749 


1.15 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9,894 


908,449 


95.385 


6,036,750 


143 


3,388 


1.58 


* 


* 


* 


* 


5,955 


462,600 


32,822 


1,785,559 


103 


1,466 


1.84 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,121 


93,333 


34,218 


1,976.973 


61 


2,615 


1.73 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,686 


101,323 


6,979 


479.650 


32 


1.249 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


683 


60,660 


58,998 


3,443,638 


138 


2,042 


1.71 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,594 


205,817 


49,111 


3,395,189 


126 


2,254 


1.45 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1.676 


155,984 


165,299 


11,543,170 


221 


4,474 


1.43 


16,336 


1.078,350 


28 


1.51 


7,345 


604,666 


169,801 


11,944,209 


255 


3,973 


1.42 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,875 


320,301 


1,773,890 


136.442.960 


979 


11,819 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


40,496 


3,161,020 


134,071 


8.168,600 


249 


2.756 


1.64 


223,177 


14,178,700 


57 


1.57 


6.788 


542.610 


140,934 


10,068,053 


220 


3.849 


1.40 


132,145 


12,112,875 


32 


1.09 


5.239 


420.705 


145,230 


9.160,433 


239 


3,276 


1.59 


* 


• 


* 


* 


4,870 


371.296 


2,508,492 


184,441,579 


2,599 


6,007 


1.36 


415,447 


32,743,600 


336 


1.27 


84,480 


6.230,377 


17,554 


1,259,165 


52 


2,018 


1.39 


* 


* 


* 


* 


814 


80.600 


29,040 


2,122,900 


72 


2,492 


1.37 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,077 


96,324 


112,424 


8,333.699 


204 


3,413 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,478 


212,979 


18,890 


1,148,040 


56 


1,708 


1.65 


26,225 


1,970,640 


9 


1.33 


1,249 


92,190 


65,729 


4,838,084 


117 


3,446 


1.36 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,696 


158,984 


137,208 


10,409,690 


137 


6,426 


1.32 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,525 


277,300 


45,712 


3,868,360 


80 


4,030 


1.18 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,801 


165,984 


57,209 


4.798,750 


64 


6.348 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,709 


258,307 


46,668 


4,187,078 


56 


6.344 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,638 


140,986 


44.514 


2,434,645 


92 


2.205 


1.83 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,728 


243,975 


11,817 


709,280 


56 


1.075 


1.67 


10,783 


674,460 


10 


1.60 


1,651 


117,990 


57.831 


3,647,627 


107 


2.854 


1.59 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,868 


284,638 


61,554 


3,523,860 


102 


2.937 


1.75 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,525 


192,700 


8,541 


515,682 


34 


1.246 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


803 


79,325 


6,710 


384,550 


20 


1.602 


1.74 


* 


* 


* 


* 


266 


21,664 


274,904 


23,668,781 


266 


7,305 


1.16 


* 


* 


* 


* 


7975 


724,261 


5,165,054 


466,239.644 


3,605 


10,778 


1.11 


* 


* 


* 


* 


126,060 


11,453,854 


182,128 


12,505,524 


188 


5,726 


1.46 


* 


* 


* 


* 


4,462 


398,627 


381,564 


28,208,790 


501 


4,697 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


9.571 


821,260 


14,322,834 


935,745,526 


25.676 


3,173 


1.53 


38,539.727 


3.698,469,619 


7,261 


1.04 


790.995 


65.373,835 


37,565 


2.183,730 


67 


2,600 


1.72 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,274 


101,080 


1,084,753 


104,013.970 


621 


14,303 


1.04 


* 


* 


* 


* 


16,465 


1,432,840 


73,882 


5.679.916 


145 


3,209 


1.30 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,571 


154,152 


130,594 


8,828,555 


197 


3,744 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,990 


168,649 



166 



Municipal Electrical Service 



CUSTOMERS, REVENUE, 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour. 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 



Popula- 
tion 



1,681 

19,000 

1,203 

4,303 

10,396 

327 

545 

1,873 

2,085 

2,418 

37,893 
1,421 
1,550 

542 
43,278 

850 
979 

1,119 
633 

1,647 

23,830 

2,014 

325 

1,521 

110 

198,298 

2,855 

2,500 

25,093 

475 

1,260 

142,296 

765 



Total 
Customers 



618 
6,369 

600 
1,678 
3,820 

179 
273 
873 
672 
912 

9,989 
616 
470 
166 

12,572 

324 
505 
497 
312 
603 

7,734 
912 
149 
695 
142 

62,453 

1,236 

888 

8,750 

221 

545 

38,373 

351 



Peak 
Load 
Decem- 
ber 
1972 



kW 
1,837 

41,310 
1,459 
8,088 

22,287 

448 

724 

1,676 

2,406 

2,609 

64,878 

1,861 

917 

636 

47,712 

854 
1,362 
1,946 

876 
1,718 

36,561 

2,896 

472 

3,202 

333 

265,416 

5,525 

3,980 

42,081 

560 

1,455 

126,027 

1.131 



Residential Service 
(including flat-rate water-heaters) 



Revenue 



$ 

65,270 
953,379 

60,910 
195,465 
277,554 

12,050 
28,092 
71,454 
77,854 
96,480 

1,430,182 
51,260 
42,545 
21,507 

1,228,857 

33,594 
43,855 
37,160 
27,115 
59,559 

1,076,710 
93,853 
10,515 
75,524 
12,787 

6,948,013 

144,533 

83,765 

967,920 

21,347 

44,655 

3,382,681 

39,280 



Consumption 


Cus- 
tomers 


Monthly 
Consumption 
per Customer 


kWh 




kWh 


4,335,401 


521 


698 


62,487,249 


5,176 


1,019 


3,903,650 


560 


576 


14,964,984 


1,405 


898 


19,563,050 


3,235 


508 


972,996 


137 


596 


1,886,550 


216 


743 


4,061,100 


674 


488 


5,854,200 


556 


889 


5,123,577 


804 


529 


96,933,811 


8861 


940 


4,058,051 


494 


689 


2,522,450 


442 


478 


1,390,763 


141 


819 


69,489,474 


11,321 


516 


2,601,320 


274 


794 


3,514,079 


423 


688 


3,119,126 


420 


623 


2,011,490 


243 


684 


4,298,875 


505 


714 


75,315,628 


6,945 


935 


7,148,310 


757 


793 


972.680 


112 


724 


5,731,862 


571 


851 


796,430 


133 


499 


383,595,405 


55,740 


573 


11,699,660 


1,034 


947 


7,825,841 


738 


893 


66,147,664 


7,759 


716 


1,558,530 


181 


718 


3,306,025 


471 


616 


251,468.052 


34,497 


590 


2,896,380 


277 


879 



Avg. 
Cost 
per 
kWh 



t 
1.51 
1.53 
1.56 
1.31 
1.42 

1.24 
1.49 
1.76 
1.33 
1.88 

1.48 
1.26 
1.69 
1.55 
1.77 

1.29 
1.25 
1.19 
1.35 
1.39 

1.43 
1.31 
1.08 
1.32 
1.61 

1.81 
1.24 
1.07 
1.46 

1.37 

1.35 
1.35 
1.36 



NOTES 

* The asterisks in the Industrial Power Service columns indicate that for these municipalities all statistics for former small 

commercial, commercial and industrial power service have been combined in service under the general rate. 
f For industrial power service customers the relationship between power demands and energy use is an important factor in 

establishing the customer's average cost per kilowatt-hour. See Introduction to Statement "C". 

The use of bold-face figures for December peak load indicates that power locally generated or purchased has been included 

with the power supplied by Ontario Hydro. 



Statement C 



167 



AND CONSUMPTION 

December 31, 1972 



Commercial or General Service 
















(including flat-rate water- 


leaters) 




Industrial Power Service 




Street Lighting Service 








II 


Avg. 








Avg. 












>> & 2 


Cost 








Cost 










Cus- 


Z2 p, 03 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


Mom 
Cons 
per C 


kWh 


Revenue 


Consumption 


tomers 


kWh ♦ 


Revenue 


Consumption 


$ 


kWh 




kWh 


t 


$ 


kWh 




t 


% 


kWh 


46,802 


2,819,909 


97 


2,423 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,942 


157,870 


1,967,548 


154,175,291 


1,193 


11,390 


1.28 


* 


* 


* 


* 


21,012 


1,663,500 


24,822 


1,440,990 


40 


3,002 


1.72 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,274 


101,900 


258,305 


20,334,395 


273 


6,370 


1.27 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,568 


300,596 


185,670 


13,825,130 


482 


2,464 


1.34 


903,013 


86,987,330 


103 


1.04 


11,963 


1,030,230 


9,554 


646,436 


42 


1,171 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


943 


71,660 


13,790 


819,800 


57 


1,199 


1.68 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,066 


90,751 


68,569 


3,124,800 


198 


1,276 


2.19 


324 


12,800 


1 


2.53 


3,225 


232.400 


66,980 


4,527,871 


116 


3,384 


1.48 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,895 


251,974 


88,268 


5,173,058 


108 


3,937 


1.71 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,624 


208,333 


2,879,463 


236,308,230 


1,128 


18,404 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


58,033 


4,467,288 


57,099 


3,507,751 


122 


2,406 


1.63 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,489 


120,987 


10,304 


569,650 


28 


1,666 


1.81 


* 


* 


* 


* 


697 


55,500 


7,872 


487,771 


25 


1,594 


1.61 


* 


* 


* 


* 


620 


55,661 


2,239,321 


182,985,889 


1,251 


12,121 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


46,163 


3,699,630 


12,795 


769,490 


50 


1,257 


1.66 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,214 


108,322 


26,843 


2,018,496 


82 


2,027 


1.33 


* 


* 


* 


* 


915 


72,610 


21,495 


1,503,451 


63 


1,989 


1.43 


48,135 


3,159,750 


14 


1.52 


1,994 


172,983 


24,528 


1,820,460 


69 


2,152 


1.35 


* 


* 


* 


* 


979 


91,658 


45,309 


2,676,971 


98 


2,220 


1.69 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,741 


149,985 


1,134,808 


94,205,579 


789 


10,275 


1.20 


* 


* 


* 


* 


25.874 


2,145,645 


72,053 


4,839,755 


155 


2,645 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


2,548 


221,600 


9,748 


816,050 


37 


1,838 


1.19 


* 


* 


* 


* 


470 


47,905 


101,437 


9,012,653 


124 


6,057 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,865 


169,606 


6,228 


422,500 


9 


3,706 


1.47 


* 


* 


* 


* 


275 


22,570 


12,920,838 


1,106,927,866 


6,713 


13,633 


1.17 


* 


* 


* 


* 


237,442 


18,015,670 


168,066 


12,159,645 


202 


4,979 


1.38 


* 


* 


* 


* 


3,327 


281,000 


54,970 


4,501,694 


138 


2,718 


1.22 


61,707 


6,902,578 


12 


.89 


3,732 


341,633 


1,616,079 


143,194,980 


991 


12,096 


1.13 


* 


* 


* 


* 


33,041 


2,892,712 


7,620 


450,380 


40 


975 


1.69 


* 


* 


* 


* 


536 


48,100 


36,015 


2,424,837 


74 


2,768 


1.49 


* 


* 


* 


* 


1,066 


90,324 


5,323,371 


434,616,541 


3,876 


9,194 


1.22 


* 


* 


* 


* 


93,059 


7,473,919 


19,638 


999,165 


65 


1,332 


1.97 


8,294 


384,390 


9 


2.16 


1,443 


105.326 



168 



Index 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



A.M.E.U. 


-Association of Mimic 


ipal 


M.E.U. 




Electrical Utilities 




min 


C.L.C. 


- Canadian Labour Congress 




EHV 


- extra-high-voltage 




MW 


GS 


- Generating Station 




N.P.D. 


hp 


- horsepower 




O.M.E.A. 


kV 


- kilovolt(s) 






kVA 


- kilovolt-ampere(s) 




TS 


kWh 


- kilowatt-hour (s) 




Twp 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 

minimum 

minute (20-min) 

megawatt 

Nuclear Power Demonstration 

Ontario Municipal Electric 

Association 
Transformer Station 
Township 



INDEX 



In the index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given 
for the alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in the Commission's financial 
statements or in Statements A, B, and C. 



Abitibi Canyon GS 42 

—Paper Co. Ltd 43 

—River 9 

Accident prevention 37 

— frequency rate 37 

— severity rate 37 

Accidents, fatal, number of 37 

Accounting procedures, uniform for M.E.U. 95 

Acres Consulting Services 29 

Activists 35 

Addiction, alcohol 36 

Adjustments to cost, annual 13, 73 

Administration expense 10 

Advertising program 26 

Advisory commission 1 

— Committee on Energy 5 

AECL 

see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 

Aggregate, light weight 10 

Agreements with Manitoba Hydro 8 

Aguasabon GS 42 

Air purification 26 

Air-blast circuit-breakers 30 

Air-conditioning contractors 26 

Alcohol addiction 36 

Algoma Area 87 

Alliston Area 86 

Amortization of frequency 

standardization cost 13, 16, 49 

Annual summary 2, 3 

Aquatic flora and fauna 34 

Arbitration 35,37 

—Board 35 

Arc furnaces 27 

Area offices, number of 82 

Armstrong, T. E 35 

Arnprior Area 86 

— GS 28,29 

Asbestos 36 

Ash disposal at Nanticoke GS 28 

Assets of the Commission 2, 3, 4, 14 

see also Financial Statements 

—fixed, of the M.E.U 92, 96-145 

—total, of the M.E.U 96-145 

Assistance for rural construction 3, 15, 25 



Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 5 

Atikokan 32 

— TS 31 

Atomic Energy Control Board 37 

— Energy of Canada Limited 5, 19, 34 

Aubrey Falls GS 42 

Audit of M.E.U. accounts 95 

Average consumption per customer 

see Consumption 
— cost per kWh 

see Cost 
— number of employees 2, 3, 35 

B 

Balance sheet, Commission 14, 15 

— sheets, municipal 96-145 

Bancroft Area 86 

Bargaining, collective 34, 35 

Barrett Chute GS 42 

Barrie Area 86 

B each ville Area 85 

Beamsville Area 85 

Beauharnois contract 30 

Beck, Sir Adam-Niagara No. 1 GS 42 

—Sir Adam-Niagara No. 2 GS 42 

Pumping-Generating Station 9, 42 

Benefits, employee 37 

Bonds, increase in 12 

— issued by the Commission 21-23 

see also Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

— maturing within five years 20 

— payable 11, 20 

Books of account of M.E.U 95 

Borrowings 12 

Bowman ville Area 85 

Bracebridge Area 86 

Brampton Area 85 

Brantford Area 85 

Brockville Area 86 

Bruce GS 11,27,2<?,32 

—Heavy Water Plant 5, 34 

— Nuclear Power Development 28, 37 

Brush control 34 

Building industry 10 

Buttonville TS 31 



Index 



169 



Cameron Falls GS 42 

Canada Square Corporation 32 

Canadian currency bonds 11 

— National Railways 28 

— Niagara Power Company 43 

— Standards Association 26 

— Union of Operating Engineers 35 

— Union of Public Employees 34 

CANDU nuclear generating concept 34 

Capacity, dependable, of hydraulic 

resources 42 

— dependable peak 4, 5, 6, 42-45 

denned 43 

sources of purchased power 43 

— installed 43 

— of combustion-turbines installed 43 

— of Commission resources 42-45 

— total system 2,3 

Capital construction program 28, 29, 34 

— expenditures ' 29 

— investment 

see Financial Statements 

—investment of the M.E.U 96-145 

Carbon filter 34 

Caribou Falls GS 42 

Cayuga Area 85 

Central Health Physics Group 37 

—Region 2,85,88 

Chalk River Laboratory 37 

Chats Falls GS 42 

Chemicals in oil mists 36 

Chenaux GS 42 

Cherrywood TS 31 

Classes of rural service defined 82, 83 

Clinton Area 85 

Coal 10 

consumption 7 

Coal-handling system at Nanticoke GS 28 

Cobden Area 86 

Cobourg Area 86 

Combustion-turbine units 6, 7, 43 

Commercial service 

M.E.U 93 

rural 89 

Commissioners 00 

Commission-owned distribution facilities....^ 

Commissions, advisory 1 

Communications 50 

Conductor galloping 33 

Conference and Development Centre 36 

Conservationists 4 

Construction program 28, 29 

Consultant 4 

Consultants engaged 31, 32 

Consumption, average per customer 89, 94 

farm service 89 

industrial power service 89, 94 

municipal service 94 

rural service 89 

— of energy 

direct customers 47 

municipalities 46 

rural. 47 

Contracts with Quebec suppliers 30 

Control-room instrumentation 33 

Corridors, transmission-line 9 

Cost allocated to customers 13, 73 

— average per kWh 24 

municipal systems 94 

rural service 89 

— Commission 73 



— contract municipalities 3 

— of operation 13 

— of power supply to M.E.U. defined 2 

— of primary power 13, 73 

adjustments, annual 13, 73 

statement of 54-73 

— of providing service 13, 73 

— of purchased power 13 

see also Financial Statements 
cost 

— of service defined 2 

Costing load of the municipalities 54-73 

Costs 10 

of Commission 13 

of fuel, equipment, and labour 5 

of training 36 

Courses, training 36 

Criminal Code 35 

Crown corporation 5 

CUPE see Canadian Union of Public 

Employees 
Customers 

direct 2,3, 10,13,24,25 

farm 24,85-89 

retail 2,10 

number of 24 

direct 24 

farm 24,85-88 

municipal 96,97 

retail... 24 

rural 80,85-88 

served by M.E.U 24,97 

served in urban communities 24 

ultimate served 24 



D 



DACS see Data acquisition and 
computer system 

Dairy farming 26 

Damage to Commission property 35 

Data acquisition and computer system 31 

— processing equipment 32 

Debt from borrowings 15 

— debenture, M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities, 
debt 
— long-term of the Commission 
see Financial Statements 
liabilities 
—of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities, 
debt 

— payable in U.S. funds 22 

— retirement 3, 13, 15, 16, 18 

DeCew Falls GS 9, 42 

Demand charge 147 

— primary energy 6 

— primary peak 5 

Dependable peak capacity 2, 3 

of East System 45 

of West System 45 

Depreciation, accumulated 
Commission 

see Financial Statements 
M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 

— expense 11 

— provision for 13, 14, 18 

Description of main classes of rural 

service 82, S3 

Des Joachims GS 42 



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Detroit Edison Company 43 

Deutschmarks, bonds in 23 

— borrowing in 11 

Diesel-electric generation 25, 43 

Dike 9 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 
Distribution facilities, Commission- 
owned 11, 50 

Diversity in stream flows 42 

— power 9 

Dosimetry 37 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station 8 

Dryden 32 

— Area 87 

Dundas Area 85 

Dynamics of heavy rotating equipment 33 



E 



East Elgin Area 85 

— System component 5, 45 

Eastern Region 2, 86, 88 

Ecologists 4 

Ecosystem 34 

Electric heating 26 

— reduction furnaces 27 

Emergency assistance 9 

— requirements, water storage 9 

Employee benefits 37 

— engineers 37 

— relations 37 

Employees, number of 2, 3, 36 

Energy charge 73 

— consumption 

see Consumption 

— delivered by Commission to M.E.U 25, 47 

— deliveries from Quebec 9 

— generated and purchased 2, 3, 6, 43, 44 

— needs, future 5 

— primary, delivered to inter- 
connected utilities 47 

— primary demands 6 

— primary supplied 3 

— produced 

by hydro-electric generating 

stations 42,44 

by thermal-electric units 43, 44 

for commercial load 2, 3, 43, 44 

— purchased 6, 43 

by M.E.U 25, 46 

— requirements 9,45 

— sales 2 

primary 10 

— secondary 4 

—supplied 2, 3, 45, 46, 47 

to direct industrial customers.. ..25, 45, 47 

to interconnected systems 45, 47 

to M.E.U 25, 45, 46 

to retail customers 25, 45, 47 

Environment 26 

— Ministry of 9 

Environmental effects of nuclear- 
electric operations 37 

— effects of transmission line 31 

— problems 10 

— programs 5 

— studies 34 

Environmentalists 4 



Equipment purchased 10 

Equities accumulated through 

debt retirement charges 

and interest 15, 96-145 

Equity of M.E.U. in Ontario Hydro 

system 16, 92 

EssaTS 30 

Essex Area 85 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 38 

Executive Council of the Province 

of Ontario 1 

Expenditures on fixed assets 11, 51 

see also Financial Statements 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the M.E.U. 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
expense 
Export of power 53 



F 

Farm customers 
see Customers 

— service 47 

defined 82 

Farming 26 

Fatal accidents in 1972 37 

Fault conditions 33 

Fenelon Falls Area 86 

Finance 10 

Financial features 2 

—operations of M.E.U 96-145 

Financial Statements — 

assets 14 

assets, fixed 14, 50, 51 

balance sheet 14, 15 

bonds payable 15,21,22,23 

capital 15 

cost of power 13, 54-73 

— of providing service 13, 54-73 

depreciation 13, 14, 18, 52 

frequency standardization 13, 16, 18, 53 

funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 15 

operations, financial, statement of 13 

pension and insurance fund 38 

reserve provision 13 

revenue 13 

sinking fund equity 15, 16 

stabilization of rates 16, 17 

Fixed assets, investment in, M.E.U 96-145 

Flexibility in hours of work 35 

Fluctuation exchange on debt 12 

Fly-ash processing plant 10 

Forecast levels of load 12 

Forecasting of lake levels 34 

Forestry staff 36 

— training 36 

Fort Frances 32 

Area 87 

TS 31 

Foundry applications of electricity 27 

Frankford Area 86 

Frequency rate of disabling injuries 37 

— rate of motor- vehicle accidents 37 

— standardization 

see Financial Statements, 

frequency standardization 

Freshet 9 

Fuel consumption 7 

— requirements 10 



Index 



171 



Gas, natural 8 

as fuel 27 

consumption of 7 

General rate 148,149 

number of utilities using 90 

revenue of M.E.U 94, 96-145 

—service 85-88, 96-145, 148-167 

customers, number of 90 

Generating capacity added 44,45 

— stations 42, 43 

see also individual listings 
see also Financial Statements, 
assets 

Generation development 28, 29 

Georgetown area 32 

Georgian Bay Region 2, 84, 88 

Geraldton Area 87 

Government of Ontario r 4 

Great Lakes Power Corporation 43 

Ground cover planting 9 

Group life insurance 39 

Growth in requirements 6, 11 

Guelph Area 85 



H 



Harmon GS 42 

Hazards, industrial 36 

Head office building 32 

Health 36 

Physics Group 37 

Hearing protection 36 

Hearn, Richard L., GS 8, 27, 43 

Heating contractors 26 

Heavy water 5, 8 

— water separation 34 

Helicopters 9 

Hemsworth, L 35 

High-rise offices 26 

High-voltage test laboratory 33 

— transmission 31, 33 

Highway Traffic Act 35 

Holden, Otto, GS 42 

Humidity control 26 

Huntsville Area 84 

Hydro-electric energy generated 42, 44 

— generating facilities 7, 42 

— Power Commission, defined 1 

— production 6, 7, 42, 44 

— resources 7 ,42 

Hydro-Quebec Power 

Commission 7, 9, 29, 30, 43 



Income, net, of M.E.U 96-145 

see also Municipal electric utilities 
revenue 

Increase in bonds payable 12 

— in borrowings 11 

— in demands 10 

— in generating capacity 24, 44 

— in miles of rural line 84 

— in peak capacity 6 

— in power requirements during 1972.6, 44, 45 

— in price of fuel 10 

— in rates 5, 10 

— in revenues, M.E.U 93 



Industrial customers, 

see Customers, direct 
— power service 46, 47 

M.E.U 93 

Inflation 5 

Inhalation hazard in asbestos handling 36 

Injury frequency rate 37 

— severity rate 37 

Insurance fund 34 

— requirements of employees 37 

Interchange of power 19 

Interconnected systems 26 

— utilities 45,47 

Interest expense 11, 19 

— rates 5, 11 

Interference in Union affairs 35 

Interim billing 54-73 

— rates to municipalities 3,54-73 

Interruptible energy 30 

—load 45 

Intimidation 35 

Investment of M.E.U. in fixed assets 96-1 45 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, assets 

Investments 20 

Iron powder 10 

J 

J. Clark Keith GS 

see Keith J. Clark, GS 

K 

Kapuskasing Area 87 

Keith, J. Clark, GS 43 

Kenora Area 87 

— TS 31,32 

Kent Area 85 

Kingston Area 86 

Kirkland Lake Area 87 

Kleinburg 33 

TS 30 



Labour Relations 34, 35 

Act 37 

Lake Ontario 9 

Lakeview GS 10, 43 

Lambton Area 85 

— GS 19,43 

Landscape improvement 9 

Law-enforcement agencies 34 

Legislature of the Province 1 

Lennox GS 10, 11, 27, 28, 32, 43 

Liabilities, long-term 

see Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

Lieutenant-Governor in Council 1 

Life insurance 39 

Line rehabilitation 9 

Listowel Area 85 

Little Long GS 42 

Load cut under interruptible contracts 45 

London 33 

Area 85 

London-Clark TS 31 

Long-term debt 

see Financial Statements 

of M.E.U 96-145 

Lower Notch GS 42 



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Index 



M 



MacKay, Robert S 35 

Maclaren-Quebec Power Company 43 

Madawaska River 29 

Maintenance 9 

expense 10 

training 36 

Management identification and 

development program 36 

Managers, development of 36 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric System.... 7, 8,32,43 

Manitou Falls GS 42 

Manitoulin Area 87 

Margin of net income of M.E.U .94 

— of reserve capacity 44, 45 

Marketing 26 

Markham Area 85 

Materials, purchased 10 

Matheson Area 87 

Medallion certification 26 

Mercury handling 36 

Metropolitan Toronto 10, 33 

Michigan utilities 9 

Middleport 31 

MindenArea 86 

Mining companies 2, 25, 26 

Ministry of the Environment 28 

Miscellaneous revenue of M.E.U 93 

Motor vehicle accident rate 37 

Mountain Chute GS 42 

Municipal distribution systems 96-145 

— electrical service supplement 91-167 

—electrical utilities 10, 36, 96-167 

accounts 95-145 

assets, fixed, at cost 96-145 

commercial service 148-167 

cost, average per kWh 94, 148-165 

cost of power 54-73 

customers served 2, 3, 24, 94, 96-145 

debt 96-145 

depreciation 96-145 

energy consumption 25, 46, 94 

— supplied 54-73 

equity in Ontario Hydro systems.. 96-145 

expense 96-145 

financial operations 96-145 

income, see revenue 

industrial power service 94, 148-167 

net income 96-145 

number of 91, 96, 97 

power supplied 54-73, 148-167 

rates, interim 54-73 

residential service 94, 148-167 

revenue 96-145 

— systems, number of 24 

— systems, owned and operated by 

Ontario Hydro 91 

Municipalities 24, 96-145 

Murray Street building 32 

Muskoka District 30 

— TS 30 

Mutual protection clause in agreement 35 

N 

Nanticoke GS 4, 8, 11, 27, 28, 33, 45 

Negotiations with unions 34, 35 

Net revenue of M.E.U 96-145 

New Liskeard Area 87 

Newmarket 31 

Area 85 



New York utilities 9 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation 43 

—Region 2,85,88 

— River 9 

Noise levels 36 

North Bay Area 87 

Northeastern Region 2, 25, 87 

Northwestern Region 2, 9, 26, 88 

Nuclear agreement 19 

— capacity in construction program 28 

—fuel 10 

— Power Demonstration 8, 34 

— program 5 

Nuclear-electric production 7 

— stations 33, 34, 36, 37 

— unit at Pickering GS 6 

— units 7 

Nuclear-operator performance 36 

Number of employees, average in year.. 2, 3, 35 

— of retail customers served 24 

— of rural customers served 24, 85-88 

— of ultimate customers served 24 

O 

Office arrangement 36 

Oil 10 

Chemical, and Atomic Workers Union.... 3 5 

fuel, consumption of 7 

O.M.E.A. see Ontario Municipal 
Electric Association 

Ontario Electrical Code 26 

— Electrical League 26 

— Government of 32 

— Hydro Employees' Union 7,34 

— Municipal Electric Association 5 

—Power GS 42 

— Province of 1, 3 

— Supreme Court 35 

Open-planning procedure 4 

Operation expense 10 

Operations, statement of 

Commission 13 

see also Financial Statements, 
operations 

municipal 96-145 

see also Municipal electrical 

utilities, financial operations 

Operators 35 

Orangeville 36 

Area 96 

Orde Street building 32 

Orders, unfilled, value of 10 

Orillia Area 86 

Oshawa 31, 32 

Ottawa River 9 

— Valley Power Company 43 

Otter Rapids GS 42 

Output of hydro-electric stations 42 

Owen Sound Area 86 

P 

Parry Sound Area 86 

PASNY, see Power Authority of the 
State of New York 

Patricia Area 87 

Peak demand 5 

Penetanguishene Area 86 

Pension and Insurance Fund 20,38 

Perth Area 86 

Peterborough Area 86 



Index 



173 



Physical process of heavy-water 

separation 34 

Pickering Airport 31 

— GS 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 19 

27,28,34,36,37,43 

Picton Area 86 

PinardT.S 30 

Planning Guide for Residential Heating 26 

Police protection 34 

Pollution control 27 

Power Authority of the State of 

New York 43 

— Commission Act 1, 2 

— development program 28, 29 

— District 2 

— primary 10 

— produced for commercial load 42, 43 

— purchased 43, 44, 45 

— requirements 2, 3, 44, 45 

—resources 2, 3, 7, 42, 43, 44, 45 

Poultry farming 26 

Pozzolan 10 

Preventive maintenance 33 

Professional staff 34 

Program of capital construction 28,29 

Progress on power developments 27 

Protective clause in agreement 35 

— measures 37 

Province of Ontario 19 

Provincial Government 32 

Provision for depreciation 18, 53 

— for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies.... 10, 13, 16, 17, 18 

Public Enquiries Act 32 

— participation in planning 32 

—Utilities Act 2 

— Works Protection Act 35 

Purchased energy 24, 44 



Q 

Quebec Hydro-Electric 
Commission 



7,9, 29,30, 43 



R 



Radiation 34 

Radioactive emissions 37 

Radionuclides 37 

Rainy Lake 32 

Rate stabilization reserve.. 10, 13, 16, 17, 18, 73 

Rates, interim 54-73 

Rayner, George W., GS 42 

Rebates to municipalities 54-73 

Red Rock Falls GS 42 

Refunds to municipalities 

see Rebates 

Regular employees 36 

Regulations governing electrical 

installations 26 

Regulatory powers 2, 26 

Relocation of Welland Canal 9 

Remedial work at Richard L. Hearn GS 28 

Remote control of stations 30 

Report of Advisory Committee on Energy 5 

Reprisals 35 

Requirements, energy 6, 8, 45 

— of direct customers 45 

— power 2, 3, 44, 45 

— primary energy 6, 8, 45 



Research activities 33, 36 

Reserve capacity 44, 45 

— for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 12, 13, 18, 73 

see also Financial Statements, 
reserve provision 

Reserves of fossil fuels 34 

— of power 44, 45 

Residential service 46 

municipal systems 93, 94, 148-167 

revenue of M.E.U 93 

rural 85-88 

Resources 2, 3, 6, 42, 43, 44, 45 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

hydro-electric 42 

thermal- electric 43 

Restraint, forcible 35 

Restrictions on picketing activity 35 

Retail customers of the Commission 24, 25 

number 24 

—customers of M.E.U 25, 148-167 

— distribution facilities 50 

— distribution of electricity 94 

— rates 3 

— service 2 

by Commission 24, 84, 94 

by M.E.U .......148-167 

Retirement of equipment and facilities 12 

Revenue of the Commission 2, 3, 4, 10, 13 

from direct customers 13 

from export of secondary energy 13, 53 

from M.E.U 13 

from retail customers 13 

from rural customers 89 

from sales of power and energy 13 

—of M.E.U 96-145 

Richard L. Hearn GS 

see Hearn, Richard L., GS 

Richview System Control Centre 31 

Rights of way 34 

Rural assistance 3, 15 

— customers, number of 84, 85-88 

— distribution facilities 85-88 

— electrical service 84, 85-88 

— energy consumption 46, 47 

— general service, defined 83 

— Hydro-Electric Distribution Act 3 

— residential service 89 

denned 83 

— residential intermittent-occupancy 

service denned 83 



Safety 36,37 

St. Lawrence River 9 

— Lawrence Seaway Authority 32 

Sales of energy 2, 46, 47 

— of power and energy 10 

— of secondary energy 4, 13, 47, 53 

Saunders, Robert H., St. Lawrence GS 42 

Secondary energy 13, 44, 45, 47, 53 

revenue 13, 53 

Seminars, training 36 

Service Centre 10,33 

— to customers 25 

Services purchased 10 

Severity rate of disabling injuries 37 

Shortage of heavy water 5 

Silver Falls GS 43 

Simcoe Area 85 



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Index 



Sinking fund -of the Commission 3, 16 

see also Financial Statements, 
sinking fund 

—fund of M.E.U 96-145 

— fund provision 13, 16 

Smiths Falls TS 31 

Society of Ontario Hydro Professional 

Engineers and Associates 37 

SOHPEA, see Society of Ontario Hydro 

Professional Engineers and Associates 

Solandt Commission 4, 32 

— Dr.O.M 31 

Solid-state system 33 

Space conditioning 26 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 10, 13, 16, 17, 18, 73 

Staff selection procedures 36 

— statistics 2, 3, 35 

Standard accounting system of M .E.U 95 

Statutes of Ontario 1 

Stayner Area 86 

Stewartville GS 42 

Stoney Creek Area 85 

Storage conditions 9 

Stratford Area 85 

Strathroy Area 85 

Stream-flow conditions 7, 9 

— variations 12 

Street lighting revenue of M.E.U 93 

Stress, thermal 33 

Strike, Ontario Hydro Employees' 

Union 4, 5, 7, 25, 27, 29, 34, 36 

Sudbury Area 87 

Sulphur hexafluoride gas 30 

Supervisory staff 34 

training 36 

Supply 10 

Supreme Court of Ontario 35 

Swiss currency bonds 12 

System maintenance 9 

— planning 29 

— security 31 



Task Force Hydro 4 

Technical training 36 

Temporary employees 36 

Terrace Bay Area 87 

Thermal stress 33 

Thermal-electric additional capacity 

planned 28 

— energy generated 44 

— generating stations 7, 10, 11, 36 

— production 6 

— resources 43 

Thermo-luminescent dosimeters 37 

Thunder Bay 32 

Area 87 

Timmins Area 87 

Toronto 10 

Central TS 30 

LeasideTS 31 

Power GS 42 



Towers, self-supporting 9 

Trades employees 35 

— training 36 

Training 36 

Transfer from reserve to offset costs. .1 3, 17, 73 

Transformer stations 11, 30, 50, 51 

Transmission lines 11, 31, 50, 51 

miles in service 2, 3, 41 

— overhead 33 

Transport and Work Equipment 

Admini stration Building 33 

Treatment for alcohol addiction 36 

Tweed Area 86 



U 



Ultimate customers served 24 

Uniform system of accounts for M.E.U 95 

United States 4, 5 

currency bonds 11, 23 

University of Western Ontario 35 

Uranium 5 

consumption 7 



Vankleek Hill Area 86 

Variations in stream flows 12 

— in wage adjustments 35 



W 



Walkerton Area 86 

Wallaceburg Area 85 

Warehouse under construction 10 

Warren Area 87 

Waubaushene TS 31 

Weekly-salaried employees 35 

Welland 32 

Area 85 

Canal 9 

Wells GS 42 

West German currency, bonds in 12,23 

— Lome Area 85 

— System 45 

Western Ontario, University of 35 

—Region 2,85,88 

Whitedog Falls GS 42 

Whole-body counter 37 

Winchester Area 86 

Wind-load stresses 33 

Withdrawals from reserve for 
stabilization of rates 
and contingencies 13, 16, 17, 18, 73 



Year-round residential service 89 



5W